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... that we used to our advantage to raise the pole, I recognize it immediately. The pole was carved by three prominent carvers, each from different clans. The shields or clan carvings are all from several different clans. This is not typical, as poles are usually made by specific clans to commemorate a significant event for their clan alone. This pole was completed to show unity and harmony between the clans, thus the clans shields combined all on one pole. My team was used to ...
F’ing long ride yesterday, now we get to chill on the Alaska
Marine highway for a couple of days, binoculars, books, and stretching is on
the agenda. Thanks Levin (you bike less
pussy) for the scopolamine patch, may just be what I need. Enjoy the photos people! We have started checking in with Spot, I hope
it’s working out your end.
... salmon running up stream to spawn. Lunch in Ketchikan in a lodge overlooking the harbour with 4 cruise ships tied up to the wharf. Then just walked around the town. Maria and one of the ladies from the ferry visited a brothel in the old red light district while Mick watched fisher people catch salmon from a bridge over a creek that rains up through the town. Who has their priorities right here? The town is built on the sides of a ...
... our Alaska Marine Highway Ferry.
Guess who had the biggest rig to go on the ferry? You guessed it: Roger, Judy, Maxie (aka Tokie, and soon to be POPie). Fifty-three feet toe-to-tow. Unfortunately, you pay for your vehicle by the foot, so guess who paid the most bucks of all the those vehicles in line! When you pay the big bucks, you should go first, and we did. CC was put on the ferry ahead of all the other four wheel vehicles, so ...
... it. After Biology, we attended English and Music classes and during English class one of the students made a remark which was embarrassing, ignorant, naive, and lots of other things, but not smart... More about that will be in my report.
Visiting Sehome High was very interesting. It somehow met my expectations and stereotypes (the tall lockers next to the classrooms, really?), but also broadened my ...
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