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Today we moved just 10-miles to downtown Haines. The big reason we moved is to have electricity for one night and to get cell phone service to create and upload the previous blogpost containing all the bear videos.

As a bonus there is WiFi, laundry equipment and hot showers. There is also the Lighthouse Restaurant next door and groceries within walking distance. All of that and we're closer to the ferry terminal, but I'll talk about that in the next post.

We had such a great dining experience at the Lighthouse Restaurant on Thursday for lunch that we opted to go there again for our Saturday night dinner. Let me tell you their Halibut Fish and Chips were good for lunch on Thursday, but their generous portion of Grilled Salmon on a bed of Sautรฉed Vegetables tonight was divine. Tricia ordered hers with the Jasmine Rice and I substituted for a Baked Potato.

Tight quarters here but we have fellow Airstream bloggers as neighbors.
Check out their blog at Airstream Travelers, I did!.

Our oceanside view out the dinette windows.

Looking to the right is the small boat harbor
and farther away is the unoccupied cruise ship dock.

To the left is nothing but the mountains and the channel that leads to Skagway.

Sunset over Haines at low tide ...

... and some very odd lighting effects on the mountains.

The only touristy thing we had planned for while in Haines was the Hammer Museum.
We found out later they're only open on Wednesday and Thursday, darn it!

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