Subsistence Kayaking VI

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This squirrel was busy dropping cones on our tent all night, and caching them for the coming winter.
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One of the squirrels many food caches.
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Nancy with a nice Chanterelle harvest.
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All the wildlife were fattening up for the winter, including this Brown Bear sow and her 2 cubs.
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A big plate with pan-fried Silver Salmon, Chanterelles and Beach Asparagus. A great late summer treat.
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Found amazing tide pools full of anemones, sponges, and limpets.
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Sunset in Chatham Strait.
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We got winded in and camped a few miles short of Angoon on our last night. Awoke during the night to this spectacular Aurora and the sound of a breaching Humpback Whale.
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Leaving Angoon on the ferry.
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A spectacular last sunset, as we were heading north towards Haines on the ferry.

Subsistence Kayaking V

Finally back for the last entries about last summer. Held off publish some images since some publications wanted to buy first time rights. More to come.

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A stack of rock fish fillets.
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Nancy cleaning rockfish. Rock fish was a stable in our diet, and our favorite meal.
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Weather turned wonderful for the last 10 days of our trip with many stunning sunrises and sunsets.
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Shorebirds were abundant at the end of the summer, as the fall migration had begun.
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The small town of Baranof. Hotsprings and a great friendly community. What else can you wish for.
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A sleeping Stellar Sealion.
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We watched this bubble-net feeding Humpback whale for well over 1 hour.
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The humpback whale coming up close for a breath.
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Anemone in a tidepool.
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As we crossed Chatham Straight the weather detoriated and heavy rain started.