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So far today is a wash out! We had an excursion planned to take a float plane over to see some wild bears. The trip was cancelled due to wind and poor visibly. We spent a little time in Ketchikan but it was raining so hard we were socked! So chilling on ...
... but with 3 different groups of people, rain in your face, the bridges bouncing up & down as you walk across (I seemed to be out of step with everyone else so when I went to take a step the bridge was bouncing up!) I hung on to the sides for fear of being flung over the side & becoming bear food.
But I wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere else today. The area is lush & green & just couldn’t believe how close we were ...
It rains more than 13 feet a year in
Ketchikan. Not a drop today though. Glorious weather in the teens
(Celsius). We take the Historic Trolley Tour. The trolley is so
historic that it is made of wood complete with fire extinguishers.
Fist stop, Saxman Village, a totem pole park. Pictures of some of
the poles are ...
We slept in some, waking to a typical Ketchikan day - rain. Had breakfast and showered, and listened to it rain some more. Miss Pats medicine did not show up last night, so she talked to Becky and the RV park for a forwarding plan. TV was boring, but I worked some more on my red diamond shawl! Finally, the rain let up, and we hurried out to pack up camp. After I doused myself with the water faucet and changed pants, we were ready for our last ...
Wednesday, May 14 . . . St. John Harbour, Zarembo Island 56°26.39’ N, 132°57.68’ W
A 4 hour transit from Blashke anchorage found the good ship tested by bow seas that rocked our world for the first hour until we passed the shoals exiting into the main ...