That’s how we ended today.
But first we went around to some Forest Svc and state parks to check them and the local areas out. Window tour some, get out and look some, walk some and did some more. Here’s some pictures (out of 98) of some of things we saw …….
They had a 5 PM rush hour that lasted about 3 minutes and that’s because some old lady was in the crosswalk.
We got the rest of our ferry adventure reserved. No problem. We got exactly what we asked for. Nice ferry agent. Boy, that sounds a little off.
Oh yea, my eagles are landing here in Ketchikan. The white head is a mature Bald Eagle. The one next to it is a young Bald Eagle under 2 years old. They get their white between two and three years old.
Bald Eagles are scavengers and are thieves of others food. Yes, they fish too but prefer someone else’s fish. That was a major reason why they almost didn’t become our nation’s bird. It was in contention with the turkey if you wanted to know. I read it on line so it must be true. Nah.. a ranger told me a long tie ago.
Retired and loving Ketchikan
See ya when we see ya……..