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Technically we had a 3 hour layover in Sitka, but by the time we we able to disembark, and get loaded on the ferry shuttle and got to downtown Sitka due to horrendous construction traffic, we had about an hour to walk around, and then it took almost 45 minutes to go the 5 miles back. Fortunately, they had called ahead to let the ferry know we were indeed on our way back. The bus driver said they have been working on that stretch of road ...
... a safe distance away- but it walked across the stream and into the woods right across where we had just come from. Brooks said maybe 3 years old, he wasn't huge. That was a huge trip highlight. Another side note: throughout this week we've been able to look up countless times and see bald eagles flying through the three tops- we saw a lot around this spot although also had a nest by the lodge too. So we got going fly fishing, I had one on the line that got off but then did catch ...
... lunch supplies we were unloading our bags in their cute apartment. After lunch, some school work and a nap (for Tom) we went to Sitka National Park also known as totem park. It turns out it is the smallest national park in Alaska as well as Alaska's first national park. We had also been to Alaska's largest national park - Wrangell-St. Elias.
We toured the visitor center, watched their informative movie and joined a ranger in exploring the tidal region just in front of ...
... me, and I told her I wanted to buy the pattern "Salmon Boy" that I had heard was designed by a local Sitka quilter. We'll guess what - that was Lisa Moore, who had stopped by the store to pickup something! She personally signed the pattern, picked out the fabric for the wall hanging, and posed for a picture! My lucky day!! We went for dinner - and decided on Alaskan Mexican food, where they specialize in PIZZA! We stopped by the grocery store for three items: loaf ...
anymore but the site is famous for another reason – see tomorrow’s entry). The Russian Orthodox Church constructed St.
Michael’s Cathedral and a Bishop’s House was built in 1842 and was used as a
school and a seminary. The Russian-
American Company was the most powerful fur trader in the world.
And that ends today’s history lecture.
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