Fly-In Fish Inn
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- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
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... I waited for David to return from his mega hike. Oh and just to say, the 'no see 'ems' were out in force by the shore to bite unsuspecting adventurers like me! I David signed up for the all day hike. This involved uphill through woodland, on a tough path with many roots and awkward rocks, then board walking on nine inch planking until we reached a lake, before finally making it to a sandy beach where we had our lunch. I was already weary, and so took the opportunity of ...
... had a fabulous time. The Melbournians, Lorraine & Chris, are also teachers at a private school – he DP & Maths teacher & she is Teacher-Librarian. The Kiwi,Dennis, is a sailor & that led to some interesting chatting about the cruise & where we were heading. The meal was exquisite: Mushroom & Tarragon Soup, Baby Spinach salad with cranberries & almonds; a choice of King Salmon or Braised Ox Tail (both delicious) and orange crème ...
Arrived in Sitka and dropping a quick line. Went and took a quick trip to town since we arrived and had to setup camp. Which consisted of backing into a park spot, paying a man $37.00 dollars and there is one fire ring and one picnic table for everyone to share. We will be moving today to a US Forest Service campground which involves $14.00 dollars a day, ...
... the Sheldon Jackson Museum, and we met with the Orthodox priest at St. Michael's Cathedral. We also learned general logistics like how to open and close the Visitor Center and how to run the cash register. We began our last day with a 2 mile round trip hike to Thimbleberry Lake and then on to Heart Lake. Beautiful- and happily the sun was out again! We all had to turn in an outline for a ...
... sunset. I cherish my moments alone on the beach, listening to the waves crash on the rocks and giving myself a sand pedicure. Every so often I will listen to music and get totally lost in it. Then at some point before darkness I have to snap out of it and rejoin the world. My significant other occasionally joins me which makes those moments even more special and greeting card like. The last time we both went we were trying to see who could take the best sunset shot, I think I ...