Originally Posted by Alcan Rider
Ahhh - Knudson Cove. Zip lines hadn't been invented yet when I lived in Ketchikan, and Knudson Cove was w-a-a-a-y out at the end of North Tongass. Things have sure changed there in the last 50 years! But it is still a beautiful place despite the incessant rainfall. Glad you got to visit there and enjoy the bald eagles, as well as the many other attractions. That is a great photo!
My daughter lived there for a couple of years, she taught third grade at one of the schools and her husband worked at a bank. They ended up moving back to Florida of all places, but I sure did like it there and would love to go back.
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