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... do have heat lamps, but I'm actually glad I didn't sleep out here, it is very noisy and breezy. Definitely not worth fighting to set up a tent. I have seen several porpoises in the water this morning. The fog has mostly cleared, although it is still rather cloudy and gray, but bright enough that it is still fabulously beautiful! Happened to catch a glimpse of a crew member polishing the bell; perhaps it needs to be polished a lot ...
... was a zoo- it is tiny with one gate and our flight was full of fishers with their boxes. Eventually we all got checked in and on the flight, which Lucy was thankfully in a happy mood for the start before a nap and then cranky at the end until she got in grandpa's lap. We all said our goodbyes to our big group as everyone else was off to catch connecting flights. We then got our bags and Dave got our fish in Seattle airport's frozen storage for the night ...
... breakfast of oatmeal, we set out to watch the ship navigate the narrow channel with mountains all around. By 9:30 we were docked at the ferry terminal outside of Sitka. Tom caught a shuttle into town to pick up the rental car while Sue read Julie of the North to the kids. By 11am, Tom was back and the bags were loaded in our gold Hyundai Elanta.
A couple of our Glenridge friends had offered their mother's studio apartment 2 miles south of downtown Sitka and after a quick ...
... fishing, canning fish, University of Alaska South Campus, Alaska police training academy, numerous government offices, air national guard offices, and of course, tourism. Prior to WWII, there were only about 3000 people, but with the war raging on, there was a naval base and army post here ; the population grew to 13,000. There are now about 9000 people since both bases are now closed. ...
... that the chief wore in that
battle. It was so chilling to actually
see that piece of history.
The Russians formed a new empire in Sitka and renamed it
“New Archangel.” They developed quite an
elaborate lifestyle and the place soon became known as the “Paris of the
Pacific.” Baranov built a castle for
himself atop the hill where the Russian fort was located ...