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Summer 2010 in Alaska...Eating
Posted by CLYDE
Friday, August 20, 2010 5:57 AM


There are some foods that come to mind when you think of Alaska. Salmon, halibut and crab! The adventure is to see how many different ways there are to prepare these foods and if you missed any. Let's see how long it takes me to share this year's eating adventure.

Day 1 - The adventure begins...
We left for Ketchikan in the morning. There was one stopover in Seattle before reaching our final destination. So excited with the variety of food offered at the SeaTac Airport. We had Zippy's Zippacs on the flight over so we weren't that hungry...or were we?
We decided to eat at Ivar's Fish Bar in the airport.

The chowder and fish and chips satisfied our first taste of our journey. The maki sushi (hiding on the table) made me realize that this may be the last time eating rice for awhile.

8:00pm - Arrive in Ketchikan
The sky was overcast but it was still bright outside. Time to check in at the Cape Fox Lodge.

9:45pm - Too late to eat
Decided to have a few drinks and save our appetite for breakfast. There was a piece of pie ordered, but not hungry enough to eat it.

Day 2 - Good morning!
It gets lighted somewhere before 5 a.m. here in Ketchikan. You can look out the window and slowly the town wakes up to arriving cruise ships and buses, planes and other boats prepare for the day's excursions.
Took a walk before breakfast in the cool air by the river nearby.

We decided to eat breakfast at our hotel.
The Bear, which is cold-smoked salmon layered on flat bread with cream cheese and garnished with dill, chives, red onions and capers, makes you realize that you are in Alaska.

After some sight seeing finding totem poles and eagles it was time for lunch. Back in town for some chowder at Alaska Fish House by the harbor ports.
The chowder tastes great in 55 degree weather. The salad represents our healthy eating.

For dinner, we decided to check out some of Ketchikan's food that is not of the usual fare. Salmon Falls Lodge fit the bill. You can view our experience here.
Day 3 - We go North!
There are three main legs in Ketchikan. Today we venture the opposite way. Relaxation was the key so while some of us slept, others wanted to go out and see the town.
We read and saw this place close to our hotel to go for breakfast. Pioneer Cafe on Mission Street was a very warm feeling place. Even the flies knew where to go to keep warm. Oddly the flies didn't bother us. They just hovered around the place.
The food was good. I don't have any photos but I liked the sourdough pancakes.
Once everyone was ready we hit the road. First stop...Totem Bright State Park. I think this park is better than Saxman. It's peaceful and not too much visitors because the cruise ships take their passengers to Saxman.

Met this man and his wife, who watched over the place. They were very friendly. The man, who I forgot his name already, took time to show me his fishing gear and to give me some pointers. I really liked spending some peaceful time there.
We continued our journey and drove to the end of the road. A hiking trail was very peaceful and scary at the same time.
A ways in then we see the Beware of Bears sign. Okay, time for lunch!
We drive back to the town of Ketchikan and stop at this place called Burger Queen. I must admit it did taste better than the higher ranking franchise.

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