We pass tiny Bellabella and Clearwater, a few lighthouses and night is approaching.
Getting off the ferry in Ketchikan was fast and easy. We were the last on so off we went. Spent some time eating a leisurely breakfast, and visited the forest service campground. Wow. In the middle of a real wilderness. It was only five dollars, but Bill wants a hot shower.
So we find the only private campground. It’s at a marina. Spectacular view over the water, marina.
Did I mention that the dawn is at four am? I have awakened both days and have to get to bed with the sky still light.
The port reminds me of every cruise ship port we’ve been in. Lots of little stores and restaurants. No bargains, but loads of souvenirs.
We stop at the Totem Bight State Park. Its trail goes from totem to totem, past a clan house where a related family would live, and along the shore. It’s a lovely place. Short walk and I learned a lot.
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