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... but fog to see, we abandoned.
It could only get better as the day progressed, and once aboard the M/V Northern Song, in bright afternoon sun, prospects looked way more promising. With such good weather, a flight over the glaciers was hastily re-scheduled for now, and we hadn't finished unpacking on board, before Doug and his 4 seat floatplane arrived, splashed into the water ...
... with Capt. Ron. He has shared many of his wonderful pictures. We enjoyed our picnic lunch and the sights immensely, even if it did rain at times! We spent the day on the water, passing Sea lion Island and the first, last and only lighthouse in Alaska. We returned to camp, and visited the general store - complete with an espresso machine and every flavor syrup known! After our pick me ups, we were ready for a light dinner and ...
... that the rear end would not drag or hang up as we loaded. We were on the Fairweather today, the fast ferry (catamaran) directly from Juneau to Petersburg with no stops. I think I mentioned before that this ferry only runs on Tuesdays and possibly Fridays--limiting our times for making this ferry. Phil said that we were probably averaging about 20 miles per hour (he didn't give the speed to me in ...
... 8211; black smith hammer beat / square dance).
Enjoyed walk through muskeg bog – thick moss sponge – bed wet-land, which makes up 75% of Mitkof Island – very green and pretty. Kept walking to the airport – luggage chasing saga continued – at the point now of confirming suitcase never made it to Sitka, Juneau, Petersburg…. Maybe not to Seattle …next step to fill in new claim form detailing everything ...
the Salmon to swim upstream. I think that in this case the ladder was
approximately ¼ mile long and allowed the fish to climb at least 200 feet. We then visited a fish hatchery. They were working with Kings. The fingerlings had just been released into
their individual bays, will be kept and fed there until next June, when they
will have grown to about 4 -6 inches prior to their release. Intent is ...