A Cottage On The Bay
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... me to Jeff or Julia however.
Walked back from the harbour looking in the shops as we went. Lots of tee shirts for sale and not a lot else. Probably a good thing although I've been really restrained this trip. That might change once we hit the lower 48 and our luggage allowance increases!
Decided to visit the Sealife Centre because you can never see too many critters. Centre was pretty good with touchpools full ...
... backs. What a life!!!! That was the first animal ticked off the list for the day! Yay. As we headed further out of the bay the weather began to close in. Standing outside was freezing and windy...so much so I was armed with a beanie & hood and was still cold. On the way out of the bay we called into Fox Island which looked very pretty with some lodges and hostels dotting the shore. Would have been cool to have stayed there if we had more time. From here ...
... from the B&B, but, couldn’t get there because of the Creek in
between. Got the ladies settled in and
then took them to the Aliner for a tour.
Nancy seemed to find it rather interesting and thought there was more
room than what she originally thought. We sat around awhile enjoying the
beautiful weather. After dinner took the girls back to their room, returned to
the camper to prepare for our tour ...
... but that's part of the fun.
Once back at the marina, we watched fishermen unload their catches of the day which included some gigantic halibut, quite common in these waters. We also spied a place name on a boat we never expected to see. How did he get that thing way up here??
Our day ended on the deck of Saltwater Lodge looking at a rainbow. Not bad.
... then either ice cream or gelato for dessert. It was so nice to have an afternoon to just do as we pleased and to have a relaxed dinner because tomorrow we have another heavy-scheduled day, full of travel and seeing the sights. Each of us are already talking of what we will do the next time we come to Alaska! Better start saving our twenties!!!! ...