We are getting near the end, but Alaska has so much wildlife that, up to this point, we haven’t seen. So from one boat to another, we spent our whole day in Ketchikan on a smaller boat checking out the native animals.
It’s a pretty cool little town. This is about as close to civilization as we’ve been since Seattle.
Next time we find ourselves in a place with seaplanes, that’s where I’ll be.
The requisite tourist photo.
Wherever we are, and no matter what else is going on around us, if there is a dog, Cat will be trying to play with it.
SO MANY MOON JELLIES!
This is an Alaskan totem. Carved by the native Alaskans before the United States purchased the land from Russia.
A small lighthouse on Guard Island.
Baby bald eagle before its feathers molt.
We saw lots of bald eagles. Apparently they really like salmon, and the hatcheries aren’t far from here.
And finally, some fat seals chilling on the rocks near the lighthouse.