A big community here with a large church on the waterfront.
us on our tour to Neets Bay.
misty fjiord up and across Revilla island and landed in pouring rain.
On arrival our guide Amanda Moreno the hatchery owners wife ushered us along a path
through the trees.
She spoke loudly but affectively on the bears here showing us scratch marks dens
and the food plant Skunk Cabbage. A Bear was spotted on lake shore which was the haunt
of various gull species.
rain did not help either.
Even the bear sadly called Joe managed to eat a salmon past its sell by date which helped
satisfy this wet photographer and long suffering wife holding the brolly.
Other gulls notably Bonapartes and Mew also the common Glaucous winged obliged along
with American Dipper before we trudged back to the plane.
We took off in torrid conditions as a rainbow arched in the sky as we turned for
Ketchikan a bald eagle flew under the plane,we landed safely back to the ship changed
clothes and went for chowder in Annabellas along the port.