Narrows Inn & Marina
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the the waterfalls, fish ladder, and we saw many dead fish on the bottom of river bed, So after the eggs are laid the female Salmon die within a few hours and the water becomes very smelly, which we could certainly smell. Pamela purchased a piece of jewellery while there. A bit more of a walk around the very nice city, then back to the ships to board our bus to travel about 1/2 hour to the Crab Farm. After getting on to the 45' boat we travelled a couple of ...
... were out in the rainforest! Chad was all excited about the cabins for rent around the forest!! He wants to come back and do that next year! :))) Back in town Eugene and I finished our omiage shopping. Tonight was dinner for us at Palo... excellent filet mignon for me and a yummy turbot for Eugene! Jo Ann Float plane ride was awesome. Great scenery. Again, lots of greenery. Saw some real mountain goats again. No bears. ...
... totem poles and other carvings found in abandoned Tlingit Indian villages from nearby islands.
I was surprised to learn that the height of totem carving was from the mid- to late 1800s. I don’t know why I had assumed this tradition was more ancient. Maybe the tradition is older but reached its prime mid 19th century.
Totem poles were originally carved to honor important people, commemorate events and to ...
... 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 ...
Anan is a Wildlife Observatory and during the peak season, a permit is needed to visit as they limit the # of people out there each day. (60, I think)
Anan is only accessible by water,: float plane from Ketchikan or boat from Wrangle(I think)
My interest in seeing bear up close and personal ...