Arctic Loon Arrived in Ketchikan Alaska on Saturday June 28th

We made it to Ketchikan Alaska 19 days after leaving Poulsbo Washington.  Our journey across Dixon Entrance was uneventful partly because we were coming from Khuteymateen which shortened our time on the open water.  Ketchikan is the land of fishing boats, fishermen and lots of fish (King Salmon started running a few days ago) which means eagles are everywhere.  There are also huge cruise ships, tourists, lots of rain (Ketchikan gets 12 FEET of rain a year), low hanging clouds and today Diana spotted a Humpback whale in Tongass Narrows when we were walking to town from the marina.  Oh, did I forget to mention SEAPLANES...

We must have arrived at rush hour for the seaplanes as it was one after another and they all looked like they were going to hit our mast.

We must have arrived at rush hour for the seaplanes as it was one after another and they all looked like they were going to hit our mast.