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... The ladies were cleaning for the Russian orthodox bishops visit this weekend but let us in after we took off our shoes.
What a beautiful building - full of icons, paintings, and no seats.
We leave here tomorrow for Ketitkan, for 2 days, before going on to Prince Rupert and the train to Jasper.
Love Jan & Rob, mum & dad, Nana & Puppa xxxxxx
... still made it down and just walked down the beginning stretch for 20 minutes before turning around to meet our group and shuttles in time. Had some time to grab an expensive (but good) lunch at a coffee shop we kept ending up at and shortly after 12 Stuart and Cole were shuttling us and our bags to the airport, where we also got our boxed fish ready to take home. Each person is allowed to travel with 50lbs of fish. Our entire group had 729 lbs total. ...
... from Altamash and then got ready for our second formal night. We had made dinner reservations online before the cruise for Le Champagne and because of the intimate setting, we had a table for two at 7:30, while James and Nikki had a table at 8:00.
Scott and I stopped by the Bar for pre-dinner drinks before heading to Le Champagne. Our dinner started with an amuse bouche and a glass of champagne. Scott chose to order ...
... arrive. As he raised his voice and jingled the keys in his pockets, the bears disappeared into the forest. OK - this place is off the list for our evening walk with the dogs!!!!! There is 1 bear for every square mile of this island. We drove past many eagles and totem poles. The island is powered by hydro-electric power with a diesel generator for backup. And Sitka has a very ...
Denny and I sure hated to leave the Cascade Inn this morning. Our balcony overlooked Sitka Sound which led directly to the Pacific Ocean. We were able to sleep with our sliding door open all night and listen to the crashing waves on the rocks as the tide came in and out. Mount Edgecumbe filled our view as well. This dormant volcano last erupted about 2200 B.C. and is the dominant landmark in Sitka.
While we were here, our mornings were ...