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... the water. We got to practice shooting birds in flight but getting the critical moment when the fish was whipped out of the sea, is not so easy.
After lunch, by special dispensation, we had a tour of one of the local fish canneries. Fascinating to watch the unloading, sorting, gutting, filletting, canning and cooking of salmon. And I never realised it's cooked in the can.
Friday, and we finally get our trip ...
Wrangell is the only community in Alaska to be governed by 4 nations and under 3 flags: Tlingit Nation, Russia, Britain, and the United States. The many petroglyphs found in the area are evidence of the earliest period of occupation, perhaps as far back as 8,000 years ago. Wrangell served as a center for three gold rushes until Skagway came into existence to support the ...
On board and waiting to push off at 4pm (now 3.30pm). I am in a bar and have hooked into a free WiFi at the cruise terminal.
Absolutely beautiful surrounds on the ship -9 levels - very easy to get lost... so I took a cruise tour to orientate myself. One glass of wine with lunch was $11. But I found a beverages card that covers all drinks alcoholic/non-alcoholic for $44 a day - max out at ...
... and the remains of the machines were still left behind. I thought this was quite cool. It is part of the history of the area and was in a very beautiful area. The nature here is hard to beat. The evergreen trees are everywhere and it was such an incredible place.
I really enjoyed this trip and was easily the best part of Alaska that I have seen so far. Everything was interesting that we saw, but I was also intrigued with how ...
There was a barge collecting materials (sand or gravel or clay) went in at high tide and at low tide excavated for road materials. And then at high tide would go back down the river. The Stikine River delta is what makes Dry Strait "dry".
A friend of Brenda's named John, took us in his jet boat (with Brenda) to Le Conte Bay and Glacier. Because it was low ...