If you read my last post, you know how I feel about Tenakee Springs – a community where time is on perpetual holiday, tucked away in the heartland of Southeast Alaska.
Since I’m not quite ready to let go of my Tenakee Springs daydream, I’m sharing a few more photos of our visit . . .
You’ll be waiting a long time before a bus comes through here . . .
Better watch your step coming out of the town pub, especially if . . . . . . you need to pay a visit to the outhouse at the end of the dock.A true work of art . . .
What else are you going to do with all those shell casings?
This is what happens when a cabin door comes between a bear on the outside
and a hanging deer on the inside.
What are your favorite spots in Southeast Alaska, Wanderboomers?