Another busy night at Cabela’s, up early then off to the ulu knife factory. Ulu knives were originally designed for Eskimo women to scrape hides, as well as cut meat and vegetables, but now they are very popular for cutting all kinds of things.

After finishing our tour of the ulu knife factory we walk down to the Ship’s Creek Trail where dozens of people are standing in the creek wearing hip waders fishing. Some are harvesting the spawning salmon but most are releasing them.

Next we head downtown to check out the usual tourist places before heading south on the Seward Highway. We searched the ocean waters for belugas but no luck. In the late afternoon we stop at tidal bore viewpoint #3 to hopefully watch the tidal bore and spend the night.

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