Up early to go on our excursion to the fort.
Right across from our ship on the dock are several huge stacks of crab pots. It was emotional to see the pots. Kevin was frequently porting from here when he fished. He would talk of how big and heavy the crab pots were.
The port was filled with fishing boats. Here are just a few.
Off for another strenuous hike, we are gluttons for punishment.
This was a great hike and passed through a forest of tall spruce with moss on limbs and sides of the trunks and lots of birds.
Flowering plants all around the WWII bunkers of Fort Abercrombie.
Part of the fort was restored.
Some of the original communication equipment was maintained and still operational.
It would have been high tech in 1941.
Back to the ship for afternoon tea and then a nap.
Time to leave port. Bye Kodiak.
At dinner we were rocking and rolling. Sometimes we wonder why the walls in halls are moving.... even if we have had nothing to drink that day.
This is a picture of the dining room.
Our table is on the right side and at the very back along the windows.
After dinner we went to a Beatles tribute show. It was very good.
Then the Indonesian crew members had their show.
We have had several late nights, but we can't tell unless we look at clock because the sun did not set until 11:40 pm. We plan to sleep in tomorrow.
The towel animal for tonight.
We are a couple who have started on a new adventure...