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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan
... the Super 8 that was located pretty much in the middle of the 30 mile road. There was not anything exciting within immediate distance of the hotel. It had a small shopping center with food and that was about it. The hotel offered a free ride to town, but we had to find our own way back. She took us to downtown once and that was good to get a bit of the history behind the place. Downtown was a cool little area. It's not ...
... thank you, I am very well thank you.
We were ushered into a big hall for a 12 minute video
presentation before going on a wilderness walk to the meeting house where we
were entertained by some singing and dancing ( I got the opportunity to dance
with them) before back out into the rain
for a 15 minute talk on about the totem poles.
A fascinating talk, but very rushed because of the inclement ...
... found the board advertising our tour. Craig has often watched a programme on the Discovery channel called the Deadliest Catch and had seen the story of the Aleutian Ballad – a crab boat which was turned on its side by a 60 ft wave. Our excursion today was on board that very boat which has now been repaired and refitted and operates in much safer waters.
We were taken to an area just offshore where the boat owners have an agreement with the ...
... I was pretty stoked because basically I picked up a tanzanite set for $70. Of course I would have liked to have had the bigger pieces but hey, beggars can't be choosers :)
We shopped a little more, went to the Popcorn Emporium.. yes that's right a popcorn emporium where you can get all flavours of popcorn. We then went through the tunnel (as you do) - the others wanted ...
... by all – it was a lot of fun.
We were then collected by a bus for a tour to the famous Totem Bight State Park by the Misty Fjiord. 20% of the population can trace its heritage back to three regional tribes, the Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian. Ketchikan means Eagle Wing River and stems from a wording described by the Tlingit people the swish of the eagle wings in flight.
Ketchkan is home to the world’s ...