Day 4 – Ketchikan
Today is Mothers Day, May 14, 2018. Sue, Sean, and Lucy find themselves about a cruise ship about to make land all The Celebrity Solstice arrived at Ketchikan, Alaska at 7:00 AM this morning.
As the morning started, Sue took Lucy potty up on deck 14, at the Lawn Club, where they have a designated area for the carry-abord pets to relieve themselves. Or not. We aren’t quite sure. Anway, enjoy the lawn bowling, folks.
We had breakfast and let the crowds die down before disembarking in Ketchikan. We walked around, exploring.
Lucy was really digging these Caribou Chews at the Sam Magee – a Taste of Alaska store on historic Creek Street. Sean and his new best friend Miguel came up with some jokes about Dolly’s House, but they weren’t mean or degrading. Never the less, the Ladies weren’t laughing.
I don’t even remember what was going on at this point in the day, but I think it involved a moose and Sue, and therefore this photo was critical to the whole operation.
Sue with twins and Totems. Once again, this is not a butt.
In to the museum, the Southeast Alaska Discovery Center.
This freakshow needs no introduction because we will never speak of it if again. It’s a whale skull of some import. But I see Jabba the Hut giving birth… to Lucy. My eyes hurt. Make it stop,
This deer is hungry. And Lucy is too; which way is going to go sports fans?
Lucy fishes for Salmon. She knows 5 different type, by looking at her paw.
She almost fell into a boot. That little rascal. Getting into everything.
Lucy making friends with a beaver.
Lucy goes for a Bear ride.
No Lucys were harmed in posing for this photo. This is Alaska and it can be a rugged and dangerous land.
Back on the Celebrity Solstice for lunch. So many types of ice creams and sorbets to choose from. My kids would be jealous if they knew. Shusshh.
And in the evening, the ships singers dancers put on a show in the foyer. We watched from the 5th floor. It was fun, especially as we had seen them practicing earlier this afternoon. Bedtime for puppies.
This is a picture from the WyzeCam that I stuck on the bulkhead outside of our balcony. Not sure why it’s here, but since it’s uploaded, enjoy! You are welcome.