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... 50 in ..... Kev blew his straight away (hehe) and mine was down to $30 so we decided to have dinner and finish the money off later. There was a NFL game on and the sports bar had games and raffles on during the game so we ate there. I ordered a grilled cheese sandwich thinking it would be a sandwich .... Forgetting that everything comes with fries and coleslaw and it would be enough to feed an army. The Internet was great so I checked my emails and sorted some bookings out as well ...
We are hearing from a number of people in this area that they are having unseasonably warm temperatures in the northwest. We noticed that no one has air conditioning either. The air is much drier than it is in the south so without the humidity 85 feels amazing! To these folks, it's a major heat wave though. This morning it's in the mid 50's and the air is fresh and crisp.
It's time to get the laundry done, pull out the suitcases ...
... 2010, Sitka is the fourth-largest city by population in Alaska.
The current name "Sitka" (derived from Sheet’kŠ, a contraction of the Tlingit Shee At'ikŠ) means "People on the Outside of Baranof Island", whose Tlingit name is Sheet’-kŠ X'Šat'l (here contracted to Shee).
For more on the history of Sitka, go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitka,_Ala ska
Roche Harbor has an industrial past related to lime production. The mineral was mined and then passed through kilns before finding its way to Seattle, San Francisco and other ports. The wealth generated a vibrant community headed by a Scot named McMillan. After the heyday of lime the town was sold to families more interested in the tourism potential. The old homes and hotels were renovated for use in this new “industry”. Currently there is a development ...
... to say goodbye. I thanked Tom and Kellie for their hospitality and told them that staying with them was very beneficial for me. I went to bed around 8 pm to get a few hours of sleep before heading home. Around 11.30, Carl drove me and the other students in our neighborhood to the GuestHouse Inn, where we waited for the shuttle to take us to the airport.
A magnificent trip has come to an end.