1st June, 2017.
We had a few hours before we were due to meet the rest of our fellow passengers for a bus tour prior to our transfer to our boat. 126 more words
31st May, 2017 Part 2 of our photographic tour of Ketchikan.
Closeups of the Totem Poles at the entrance to our hotel.
Later in the afternoon Erich decided to walk down to the town along Creek Street, also known as Married Man’s Trail as it wound its way beside the creek past the fish ladder to the town’s former red light district. 22 more words
30th May, 2017
The time had finally arrived for our departure to Seattle via a direct flight to Vancouver. As our departure time was relatively early in the morning, we drove down to Brisbane the previous day and spent a night at a nearby motel. 516 more words
What connects Berkhamsted, Salford and Edinburgh with remote forests on the Pacific coast? Sixteen totem poles, traditionally carved in cedar.
They are informed by beliefs, values and artistic conventions that evolved on the north-west coast of Canada and America and reach back into the 19th century and earlier. 665 more words