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Showing us what an extra large dungeness crab looks like. Cooked and eaten that night at Saltery Lodge, Alaska.

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Showing us what an extra large dungeness crab looks like.  Cooked and eaten that night at Saltery Lodge, Alaska.

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When some trees were logged over a century ago to construct the cannery, some stumps still show the springboard cuts that were made. This was taken from our property at Saltery Lodge in Alaska.
Springboard cuts

Our fishing vessel Sarana
Our fishing vessel Sarana

Some low clouds just behind the lodge at the golden hour.  Picture taken at Saltery Lodge, southeast Alaska.
Misty backdrop of Saltery Lodge

Scale model of a fish trap, very similar to the ones employed by the late cannery on our property.
Fish Trap

Hermit Crab
Hermit Crab

Bear Bread grows on rotting trees.
Bear Bread

Many totem poles can be found in Ketchikan, Alaska.
Totem in southeast Alaska

Close up view of the eye of an Alaskan prawn.  The eye is about the size of a pea.
Eye of an Alaskan Prawn

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