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Day 47, Thursday August 9, 2012

12:30 Thursday August 9th Ketchikan AK after a hot shower with a double application of shampoo. Of course, I still have my giant wad of knotted dreadlock hair in the back. That’s beyond the work of a simple shampoo. Terry’s … Continue reading

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Day 46, Wednesday August 8, 2012

3:10 Seattle time 2:10 Alaska time Wednesday August 8th. Got up and raced the tide to get of off last nights campsite on the tiny spit between Revi island and the islet next to cone island, while it was possible. Last … Continue reading

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Day 45, Tuesday August 7, 2012

Tuesday August 7th My description of Summer in SE Alaska: You can see it, on the horizon. Its where you just camped to the South and its up North on the horizon, where you will be in a day or … Continue reading

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Day 44, Monday August 6, 2012

Monday August 6th Yesterday evening when we landed here in SE Alaska paradise  we decided to stay as long as this beautiful sunny weather does.  Slept in this morning, only getting out of the tent at 6:10 am to pee, … Continue reading

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Day 43, Sunday August 5, 2012

Sunday August 5th We left Beautiful Boston island and headed North towards Fox point. Stopping along the way to collect water at stream located the day before on my gps. It was an amazing steep beach with giant round boulders … Continue reading

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Day 42, Saturday August 4, 2012

Saturday August 4th The sun is out! I thought I was done with beautiful white shell sand beaches on this trip after Brown island in Smith Sound.  I was wrong. I am sitting propped up against a log using my … Continue reading

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Day 41, Friday August 3, 2012

Friday August 3rd 2012 9:15pm Tree Bluff. This past morning we left from Kitson island around 7:30 am in light fog. Used the GPS to navigate safely from islands and rocks, paddling quickly across the shipping lanes going into Port Rupert. … Continue reading

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