Inn at Creek Street and New York Hotel
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... the oddest thing, an oval track, but the vehicle going around quickly was an 18 wheeler semi trailer rig? I suppose they have to test them somewhere... Or it's another niche Sunday past time?
Having refuelled, I started north west, through the San Juan Islands, still part of the US.
Which took me straight ...
... up to the Tongass National Forest. It has 17,000,000 millioin acres and is the worlds second largest RAIN forest behind the Amazona forest. Thanks Carnival for sharing that information…. LOL.
By the time I got to the Adventure Kart place, the rain was pouring down in buckets. I had also received a text from Diane saying that their flight was scrubbed. Damn! She was so looking forward to the excursion and I know that Rachel was as well. There is nothing that ...
... dam is almost completely exposed! A few days of rain and it should be back to normal but this is the lowest I have ever seen. The water is usually pouring over the spillway but the water is about ten feet below the spillway right now. Well, at least we got to see an eagle perched at the dam. Its in the picture but you might have to squint to see it.
I have a leaky aluminum boat my buddy and I use to cross the lake and ...
... tourists taking pictures time is over and time for me to clean these fish.
Typically, I would just fillet the fish and throw the heads out with the bones and guts. Anthony can fillet one of these in seconds and it is something to see. I have the knife he uses which is huge and extremely sharp. When Anthony does it, the fins fly off in seconds and then he places the fish on its side and runs the knife along the spine and kaboom, 15 seconds ...
... to do the tourist thing and take a few pictures including inside the long house. As we walk around I show everyone which berries to eat. Hey, I love berries! The berries are darn sweet and tasty. One kid who is obviously not a local comes over and asks me if the salmon berries he has in his hand are edible. They are but I show him which ones are huckleberries, which are even better.
So back home for a rest and out again near low tide time. ...