SO MANY PHOTOS! Let’s just start at the beginning, shall we? This is early morning in Ketchikan, Alaska, as our ship pulled into port.
“By non-Alaskan standards, Ketchikan was village-sized. If the streets were empty, it would take three or four minutes to walk the city center end to end. In summer, it suffered thousands more strangers than it could reasonably bear: logging crews, cruise passengers, seasonal cannery workers, commercial fisherman, boat tourists like me. The little town was bursting with us.” Jonathan Raban, Passage to Juneau In case you missed it, you can see what equipment I took with me here. You can view more Alaska photos in the gallery here. Many more still to come.
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