Sitka's Eagle Bay Inn
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... sardines with Margaret hiding which just ended up with Hannah and I climbing the rocks to the smaller island that you can only access during high tide- glad I finally had the chance to do that. Devin and Katie and Paul all followed and we got to hang out on the rocks a bit before the sun went down- the teens passing by, too. The rest of the night was around the bar, drinks, hanging out, picture, talking, pool, cards, etc. staying up a little later with no early rise fishing boats to ...
... for bears along the coast in an area where there salmon running, but no bears showed up for us. As we headed back towards town, Nikki spotted another whale so we stopped and watched him put on a show for us by turning and splashing and smacking his tail. My favorite part of the whale watching was the sound of water spouting from the whale's blow hole. It was incredible being so close to them. As were took in the scenery on the way ...
... their totem pole collection. Totem Park is a nice walk through the woods with lots of totems. We drove out past Herring Bay and passed the large Silver Bay Seafood Cannery. Across from there was the Fotress of the Bear which had rescued brown and black bears. It was interesting to watch them being fed and also the large number of bald eagles who tried to grab a piece of salmon being thrown to the bears. The eagles were often quicker with their dives. ...
... at 5:00 AM to catch favorable tides and headed to Sitka. Our halfway point, 11 hours later, was Hanus Bay /Pt Moses Cove where we anchored overnight. Beautiful, tranquil anchorage with numerous humpback whales in the distance.
The next morning we headed down the 5 hour long dangerous “Peril Strait” towards Sitka. Peril Strait is narrow, twisty, full of rocks, strong currents, back ...
... this is a great idea to keep the history in the park as well as diversity. It kind of makes you feel like you are treasure hunting and not just walking int he woods. After exiting the woods, we ended up on the far end of town and walked along the harbor. The fishing season is gone now and there are hundreds of boats docked for the winter. It is said that in summer this place is non stop with boats coming in from sea with ...