Cape Fox Lodge
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... br> As I peeled off my only 'winter warmth’ pants I noticed the brown muck sticking to the saturated bottoms of them & say to Sam ‘Hey, check out this icky brown stuff stuck to the bottom of my pants’ she shows me hers’ are the same too & we agree it could very well be bear poo. Guess that answers that then!” LOL
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Goldilocks & the 7 bears!
Ship pulled right in beside the shops across the street,
We had booked a sightseeing trip on "the Duck", a vehicle that can drive around town and then go straight down into the water for a look around from the water side.
Ketchikan has rain on 300 days of the year being 12.5 ft a year (200 plus inches). So naturally it was misty too start with then we were caught in a ...
... they were serving lobster, but not at the Pinnacle Grill. So she asked if it was possible to have lobster. The waiter had told us that we would have to keep it very discrete, so when our meals came, they brought us each a plate of detailed lobster and put it down in the middle of our table. It was excellent and very nice of them to do it. It was an excellent meal and an excellent way to end my birthday which was certainly a memorable ...
... And I was able to answer the age old question, "Does a bear poop in the woods"? Yes! My pictures of the whales were not very good on my IPhone, but Nick got some great pictures on the camera.
Our next port stop was Ketchikan. Again, the only way in and out of this town is by boat or plane. The seaplanes take off and land almost continuously on the waterways. We were told by the locals that ...
... known and their pieces are displayed in museums and they have an international market for their art. We bought nothing there, although we would have loved to because the pieces were so beautiful and the artists were so friendly and willing to talk- however, most of what we saw there ws not ordinarty tourist stuff - it was beautiful art that sold for 1,000's of dollars. the totem poles the native carver was making are commissioned in advance and ...