Otter's Cove Bed & Breakfast
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... cryovac and flash freeze, so hopefully it will still be delicious.
We wandered around downtown Sitka and bought a christmas ornament and lunch at a food truck. I got smoked salmon mac & cheese and Myron got fish tacos. We were back on board for all aboard at 3pm.
The rest of the day was spent eating and relaxing in the Ocean Bar (happy hour 4-5pm). Trivia was at 7pm and dinner for Casey's birthday in the MDR at 8pm.
... floor at a time- it looked rather brutal at times- some method of defense is used to prevent the one person from each team who could score if they got past the defense. Was a little hard to follow and we didn't have an interpreter! There is a league around SE Alaska that they compete in, but the season is over for this year, so I won't be able to see an actual meet.
My new schedule is ...
... Then I went to the cafeteria for a quick breakfast which was one level up, and once I was finished with that, I wandered around and God led me to the observation deck because one of the crew was about to start giving a talk about the surroundings. All in perfect timing. The crew member (Ron) said that they used to have a forest service naturalist on board to tell people about the area, but that they had shut the program ...
... sardines with Margaret hiding which just ended up with Hannah and I climbing the rocks to the smaller island that you can only access during high tide- glad I finally had the chance to do that. Devin and Katie and Paul all followed and we got to hang out on the rocks a bit before the sun went down- the teens passing by, too. The rest of the night was around the bar, drinks, hanging out, picture, talking, pool, cards, etc. staying up a little later with no early rise fishing boats to ...
... happy to have another group of kids to spur their children on.
At the mining site Tom helped the family dig out large boulders from the river banks while Tyler shoveled dirt into a bucket. The father had brought a small sluice box which he expertly set up in the river regulating the water flow to separate the dirt from the gold. Upstream, Evie and the girl panned for gold while Sue and the mom talked about education.