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Photo 61 of 125: On the cruise ship -- Creative ice sculpture

 

 

 

Photo 62 of 125: On the cruise ship -- More of creative food sculptures

 

 

 

Photo 63 of 125: Skagway, Alaska -- Arctic Brotherhood Hall (far right), with

a driftwood facade, was built in 1899.  The Red Onion Saloon (left), built in 1897,

was the city's most exclusive bordello.

 

 

 

Photo 64 of 125: Skagway, Alaska -- A typical bar of the past.

 

 

 

Photo 65 of 125: Skagway, Alaska -- Main Street with many shops

 

 

 

Photo 66 of 125: Skagway, Alaska -- Husky in a SUV.

Huskies are a common sight in Alaska.

 

 

 

Photo 67 of 125: Skagway, Alaska -- Vintage car tours and false fronted boardwalk

buildings are part of Skagway's colorful past.

 

 

 

Photo 68 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Gold Rush Trail Camp located near Skagway

 

 

 

Photo 69 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Salmon Bake

 

 

 

Photo 70 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Salmon Dinner"

 

 

 

Photo 71 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Former Class of 1970

members at Gallaudet University

 

 

 

Photo 72 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Narrator telling old stories and singing old songs.

 

 

 

Photo 73 of 125: Liarsville, Alaska -- Gold panning; got a few gold flakes.

 

 

 

Photo 74 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- Former Russian City

 

 

 

Photo 75 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- Main Street with no traffic lights

 

 

 

Photo 76 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- St. Michael's Cathedral is

the first Russian Orthodox cathedral in America.

 

 

 

Photo 77 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- Historic Russian Cemetery

 

 

 

Photo 78 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- Mack is gone fishing.

 

 

 

Photo 79 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- He looks like an amateur fisherman.  Wait and see!

 

 

 

Photo 80 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- He got his first pink salmon

but had to let it go because of its small size.

 

 

 

Photo 81 of 125: Sitka, Alaska -- Another ringing for him!

 

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