Wild Strawberry Lodge
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... Katie and I were the last the last three and needed a tutorial also so Brooks and Travis decided to start us upstream from the beginning and also bring up the kayak which would be needed to get back to the boats during high tide. So we had a decent 15 minute walk, party along the bank and partly wading against the current- definitely a good workout and deserving of all of our hearty meals. We got to our spots and we standing by our packs talking before we even started and we saw a ...
... reaching the peak at 2,500 feet.
The hike went through dense Sitka Spruce that were so large we were all convinced they were redwoods. After about an 90 minutes we reached "the bench" a view point at 1,500 ft and about 2/3rds of the way to the top. We stopped for lunch and the kids decided they had had enough and started back down. Tom spent another hour and completed the climb and had the peak to ...
I can't believe a year has already blown by since I moved to Sitka. It's been an amazing, busy, crazy, beautiful year. I have never worked so much in my life, but I don't regret a minute of it. I have such a hard time saying no to things that could possibly impact me in a positive way. You never know unless you try. Coaching, student teaching, dancing, sports, educational opportunities; I just can't say no. Yes I would like to learn how to bead from an elder, yes I would like ...
... Furs in. Houston. Miss Pat found me, and helped me pick out a new fur coat, that they are custom making for me! Then we had to stop in at the knit shop, where we got to feel Qiviut yarn, made from musk ox! It is 8 times warmer than wool! They had it blended with cashmere or silk. I have never felt anything so soft - oh yeah, or so expensive!! I did buy some local hand dyed lace weight yarn. We headed over to the quilt shop, Abby's Reflection. A nice lady asked if she ...
... cruise. Their guide told them it the most beautiful trail in southeastern Alaska. I don’t know about that, but it is very beautiful. Trail winds through a stand of old growth forest—never been harvested. It’s also a rain forest, and everything was wet. Very attractive.
A word of warning: the state park website calls this trail "easy" and “flat.” Whoever wrote that is delusional. There are hundreds of ...