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... to people on the beaches, and how long they will have to stay depends on the run of salmon. Men, and women, stand firm in the face of wind, waves and ridicule.
Sweet faced, petite girls find their inner Maggie Thatcher
It's a family affair. Tents are set up on the beach, coolers contain beer, pop ...
... a discernible wave front.
As we proceed along the northern shore of the Arm, beside the railway line, and are getting towards where we will have a scenic stop, we see parked cars and people out and looking up the cliffs. We stop a fair way past, and the driver asks if we want to walk back for a look. We go with another couple, and walk far enough back to get a view and photos of a Dall sheep high on the rocky cliff above the road. While we were distracted by the ...
... Brewing Co, of course.
From Vancouver, we had three ports: Ketchikan, Juneau and Skagway, before being dropped off in Whittier. Ketchikan was a half day of totem poles and a former red light district on stilts. It was super easy to just get off the ship, walk in and around town, hop on buses and get back in plenty of time. We rode the free shuttle around first to get some inside scoop on the area from the bus driver. Then we got a $2 day pass for ...
Flights out early afternoon home. Slept in to 8 am today. Felt ever sore muscle from these last few days of travel this morning but distracted by the excitement of going home today.
In Sky Lounge open access area at Anchorage International Airport with 100- degree view of runways and mountains around. The area directly behind has nice smooth rock seating ...
... Even though it's the tourist season the city streets & coffee shops (of which there are masses) are by no means packed.
I eventually got to Laura Wrights Parkys to meet a friend of Tanya's at 3pm ie several hours after I had intended. Sheila's grandmother was Laura Wright & she started sewing parkas in 1947 & Sheila bought the business in 1985. They have made parkys for many famous people over the years such as: Elvis Presley, Burl Ives and Willie ...