Jamestown Bay Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... range from many of the different native groups in the area and all so clearly arranged & labelled. There were wooden bowls where the wood is first steamed to make it pliable and then bent into the required shape; weapons; clothes made from different hides; containers made from reeds, animal skins, even salmon skin; totems; canoes; masks; toys; instruments; etc.
We walked in the beautiful sunshine back down to the cathedral which is a reproduction as the original one ...
... town except in small numbers for trade. The town was surrounded by a wooden fortress wall and even had cannons aimed at the Tlingit village outside of the town.
I took a picture of a Tlingit canoe down at the Harbor, and then a Holland America Cruise ship. Interesting comparison! I've asked if there are any Tlingit canoes that go in the water here and have been told a small one was built to hold 6 persons ...
... Casey and us on one boat and Dennis, David, Matti & Dick on the other boat. Our captain was Ben on the Blue Sapphire, and the other captain was Mike, the owner of Big Blue. The weather was cloudy initially but cleared up and was a bright, cool sunny day. We saw a few eagles and whales. Mount Edgecombe was visible once the fog cleared. The ride was bumpy and nausea-inducing on the way over and continued to be quite rocky even when we ...
... was a zoo- it is tiny with one gate and our flight was full of fishers with their boxes. Eventually we all got checked in and on the flight, which Lucy was thankfully in a happy mood for the start before a nap and then cranky at the end until she got in grandpa's lap. We all said our goodbyes to our big group as everyone else was off to catch connecting flights. We then got our bags and Dave got our fish in Seattle airport's frozen storage for the night ...
... reaching the peak at 2,500 feet.
The hike went through dense Sitka Spruce that were so large we were all convinced they were redwoods. After about an 90 minutes we reached "the bench" a view point at 1,500 ft and about 2/3rds of the way to the top. We stopped for lunch and the kids decided they had had enough and started back down. Tom spent another hour and completed the climb and had the peak to ...
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