Cape Fox Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan
... 7 for light, warmth and smoking fish, the house is made with no nails, only timber dowels, this is where the natives lived, in groups, mostly the women lived here whilst the men were out fishing. The entry of the door is small so that unwanted visitors can’t get in easily.
The tour finished with a drive along Creek Street – which was once the red light district with more than 30 brothels. Along the creek we ...
... lounge next to the guy giving the cues on when to change the scenes, and I had more interest in watching the script in front of him and listening to him tell the stage hands what to do next.
Kath's daily highlight: the seaplane tour of Misty Fjords
Kath's daily lowlight: No moose or bears to be seen
Errol's daily highlight: ditto
Errol's daily lowlight: no lobster again for dinner
... much less. There is a money-back guarantee of seeing a bear.
We started with a 20 minute bus ride to the Tongass National Forest. Herring Cove is a privately owned property which used to be a sawmill. It is located on a creek which the salmon swim up to spawn, which is what attracts the bears. There is also a zipline course at Herring Cove but as we were out early there wasn't much ziplining going on so it didn't detract from the experience. There were only ...
... we watched the pilots leave. The rest of the day was at sea we spent the day finding our way around the ship, relaxing and punctuated by food and short walk I went to a talk about photography while Garry went to the casino and had a small win ,which made him happy. We ate ice cream as we walked on deck7.Dinner was at the Pacific Moon where we met some interesting people when we shared a table. After wards we went to a show I Got The Music.
... time there, but it never really 'rained' which was a blessing! Ketchikan is known as the salmon capitol of the world. It is amazing to see so many salmon congregated in swarms in the water. So many of them! Our first stops of the morning were to the various jewelry shops to collect our 'free' charms, bracelets, pendants, etc. Most people will fall for their hard sell and give in and buy merchandise from them. We just go for the promised 'free gift' and quickly move on to ...
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