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... little after, by then Johnathon and Tyler were with us too. It was such a leisurely day of wading in when you felt like fishing, our snacking on our big lunch packs with awesome chicken sandwiches, butternut squash soup, chocolate peanut butter cooks and plenty more snacks and water. Also lots of picture taking too, although I left the Nikon behind not knowing what the water levels would be like. Early afternoon, a boat if 6 of us headed back a little early to get back to ...
... for bears along the coast in an area where there salmon running, but no bears showed up for us. As we headed back towards town, Nikki spotted another whale so we stopped and watched him put on a show for us by turning and splashing and smacking his tail. My favorite part of the whale watching was the sound of water spouting from the whale's blow hole. It was incredible being so close to them. As were took in the scenery on the way ...
... 2.99, gallon 2% milk $5.09, and a box of Special K cereal $5.99! We ran by the ferry office, and I was able to book Valdez to Whittier, than goes up thru Glacier Bay. This will save about 10 hours of driving. After all of these stops, it was time for our evening walk. We went Sarrigaven Park, and took a walk out on the board walk into the national forest. It was almost 9 by now, and returned to camp. Finally found a radio station for a little entertainment; then off to ...
... at 5:00 AM to catch favorable tides and headed to Sitka. Our halfway point, 11 hours later, was Hanus Bay /Pt Moses Cove where we anchored overnight. Beautiful, tranquil anchorage with numerous humpback whales in the distance.
The next morning we headed down the 5 hour long dangerous “Peril Strait” towards Sitka. Peril Strait is narrow, twisty, full of rocks, strong currents, back ...
... catch. The walk along the harbor is a nice one. There is a new walkway made of wooden planks rather than the rough rocky path that it used to be. The actual town of Sitka didn't have much in it except for the necessities. We only saw one grocery store, a few pubs and some shops. It does have an interesting blend of culture here since the Russians and Native Americans both settled here.
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