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... Dutch Harbor has been the homeport for "Deadliest
catch" series for the last ten seasons.
When I listened to folks talking about their experiences ashore
in Dutch Harbor, the same thread ran through their experiences; that of a small
tight knit community. For instance if
you hired a cab to take you from the ship into town, at a set price, your driver
might not take you directly to your designation, ...
Today was a quiet but a little rocky day a sea. The weather was cool and rainy except for a few hours of sunshine. The day began with an extra two hours of sleep as we had to set the clocks back two hours. We had already set the clocks back one hour, so we have no idea what time it really is. Tonight we set the clocks back another two hours and tomorrow will be Sept. 30, so we lose Monday, September 29.
We passed the day ...
... villages within a two mile radius of the Dutch Harbor airport. Due to the harsh climate, the First Peoples had to be able to adjust and shape their culture to co-exist with the environment.
The port has been the number one US fishing port for the last several years. The "Deadliest Catch" crab boats call this port home. Some 700+ million pounds of fish and crab pass through this port yearly. ...
... with us throughout the night and then around morning, as we sailed into deeper water (I suspect), old King Neptune arose and challenged the passage of the ms Amsterdam through his domain. For the remainder of the day and into the evening we plowed through haystacks of whitecaps toward the Unimak Pass, into the Bering Sea, with a predicted arrival time tomorrow of 8 AM Dutch Harbor.
Barbara decided she would forgo all of ...
... and had no idea what was here, but was told to look for the "Deadliest Catch" ship from the famous TV show and some remnants of the battle that took place here in World War II. Japan bombed this spot in World War II and I could not find any historical sites that were dedicated to this while I was here. Not far from the airport were some crab traps, which is the main thing that is fished for in the show. I have seen a few crab traps in my ...