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The Pacific Capes leaving the Ketchikan Port on a beautiful later Southeast Alaska afternoon. via Tumblr http://ift.tt/1LFzmR9


The One About The Alaskan Bush People


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At "The River" with "Steelhead Steve"

By Jeff Lund | For the Capital City Weekly

It’s fun fishing with people who aren’t as skilled as you because you feel really good about yourself. 307 more words

Fishing Trips

Alaskan Ports of Call: The Great Outdoors

If you had to choose one word to describe Alaska, what would it be?

Mel— Amazing

Spicy— Mesmerizing

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Ketchikan, Alaska

Near the southern-most tip of Alaska’s panhandle sits a sleepy town with a very dramatic title. Squeezed between mountain and sea, it is hard to imagine how the town got the Tlingit Indian name, Ketchikan – “Thundering Wings of an Eagle.” For the rugged soul that climbs 3,000 ft. 116 more words

Pacific Ocean