The Cedars Lodge
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... still too much".
After Creek Street, we head back down
to the pier. On the way we pass a souvenir shop called "Pirates".
It is almost the end of tourist season. "Come inside for great
bargains", they call out. "Eigo wakarimasen", I reply.
Noreen says I'm going to get in trouble for being a smart a**.
I'm having a ...
Today for the first time I had dinner in the dining room (instead of grab & go in the cafeteria). Formal attire was not required, but the dining room did have the same very nice professional atmosphere, and was in the back of the ship directly above the Solarium area, so it had an incredible view. The food was excellent ...
... by, I notice them speaking a different language. I think they speak Portuguese like Brazil Portuguese. I only assume that from what i hear of the language on TV and recognizing a few words but I really don't know what they mean but at least I recognize them.
Finally! I am on board and secured the bike, with tie downs, to a forklift. I had to haul my sleeping pad and bag upstairs to the guest decks for the two nights I ...
we are going to try to upload some of our pictures. We hope to make an album with all of them for masochists who don't want to miss any. We love them all. However, here are a select few that we think bes illustrate our trip
... to the ship it had started to rain and the fog was drifting into the area. I think this is more like the normal weather in Ketchikan. As the ship left port and we headed back out the fiord from Ketchikan the mist lay over the mountains and inlet waters like a veil the covers the face of a waiting bride.
While the visibility was low I enjoyed the ever changing appeal of the inside passage. No matter the weather conditions you find yourself captured by its rugged ...