This account has gone on long enough. I’m going to consolidate the last few days of Luna and my Alaskan Dream cruise here. From Tracy Arm we went next to Hobart Bay, where we spent an active day hiking, kayaking, and driving little RTVs on bumpy old logging roads and little Zego motor boats on the water (we actually sat out the last).
The following day was spent visiting Petersburg, a town with a strong Norwegian history. There we were treated to Norwegian dancing by a group of children and a hike on a nature trail.
On our last day before returning to Sitka, we went to Kake (pronounced cake), a mostly Tlingit community, where we were welcomed by local guides, watched a totem pole carving demonstration and traditional dances.
4 thoughts on “Alaska Finale”
Thank you for these, Sylvia. What a nice trip. Didn’t you and Barbara go on such a trip with Granny?
Yes, to Mexico when we were eleven. I thought about that a lot.
Lovely photos. What a treasure. What is that huge base of the trees in the kayak photo — rock or old tree stump?
It’s a small island.