Cape Fox Lodge
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... done. If you are reading this blog and did not get that album and you want it, email me and I will send it to you. Because we are having lots of company, i will probably not get to the next album for a few weeks- it will be the flight around Mt. Mc Kinley and walking on the glacier. Coming to your email soon!
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... and tenders use to unload their crews who would drink and carouse at Dolly Arthur's and other brothels along the boardwalk at Creek Street. It was known as the only place in Alaska where the fish and the fishermen both came to spawn! Now, the area is a prominent tourist area and really worth seeing because of it's unique location. It was a fun stroll and a good opportunity to view the salmon making their journey upstream.
By the time we started our ...
... to go in. The Center contains the Sun Yat Sen garden which has won the award for the best garden in North America for about the past 10 years. Once agian we lucked into something spectacular. There were pond with koi fish and lotus blossoms - there were pagodas and rocks and arches and even the rocks on the ground were placed in careful designs that wee meant to help balance the yin and yang energies. A lovely enthusiastic guide explained ...
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We arrived at the Saxman village - apparently set up in 1894
We were herded into a barn with a movie screen..
Sat for 1/4 hour in hot no air flow huddle while a couple of young girls tried to figure out how to use the OH projector.. finally got watch a boring amateur movie which gave very little info about the Tlingit people..
... cliffs going straight up out of the water, carved by past glaciers. We even viewed pictographs of a sunset left by natives thousands of years ago. Especially fun were the seaplanes constantly taking off from the water. They looked like minuscule remote controlled toys in the vastness of wilderness. Strolling through the town later, we noticed very few traffic lights. We picked up some souvenirs for family, including a Ulu knife. This is a carved blade with a ...