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... over corn and spinach, we were all happy to have that since we've caught so much of it- it was really good, too. Dessert was a marscapone cheesecake with a basil chocolate ice cream that I really liked. Most everyone spent most of the night down by the bar on the sofas around the firepit on a deck overlooking the water. I got back in time from putting Lucy down to see a really great lingering sunset so we all got a lot if pictures if that (with our real cameras) ...
... movie with surprisingly good dance numbers.
The movie ended after 9:30 and Tyler put a damper on the evening by throwing an epic tantrum for being asked to brush his teeth. The terrible twos were nothing compared with the screaming sevens. After he literally kicked her out of bed, Evie had the summary quote of the night saying in classic big sister fashion "Tyler, I don't know why you have to ruin ...
... tour with us having a drive through the town then onto the Community Centre where the Tijinit put on a stage show singing and dancing. This also included women, older men, teenagers and toddlers and infants. It shows that they love what they do and the community involvement they want to foster.
After the show we continued onto the Sitka jetty where we took our time to look at the jetty and shed where the locals were fixing a drag net for fishing and some photographs ...
... and cultural objects, including many totem
poles. In 1888, he built a museum made
of cement to display all of these original pieces. It was the first cement building in
The Sitka National Historical Park also protects some
original objects and maintains a Totem Trail.
This two-mile loop trail winds through a temperate rain forest filled
with towering Sitka spruce ...
... numerous small islands, rock stacks and narrow passages, including Krouzof Island, dominated by Mt Edgecomb, a reminder of still frequent earthquakes (latest scare being in January) given the proximity to a couple of fault lines.
Two hours of fantastic close-up observations of Bald Eagles (incl one sitting in a huge nest) and assorted other sea birds (eg marbled murralets, glaucous winged gulls –sea gulls!), harbour porpoises, sea otters (one raft ...
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