We then walked on a short shore line beach trail that starts to the left of where the ship’s dock ends on shore. The trail proceeds into a woodland area that is very green with ferns, etc. Seemed like “Fairyland.” The walk was not long, maybe ½ mile total, and fun. Then we walked into Hoonah. There is a shelter here just outside the local clan house where they were building canoes in the traditional Indian style. This was not being done for the Tourists, but rather for use in future clan activities. They were very friendly, even when we interrupted them to ask what they were doing, and they described how the canoes are made. We were told that they also make the totem poles (think of them as family crests) there too, and on any given day you can see something different going on here.
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