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Thursday January 10, 2013

Dutch Harbor, AK (Current Weather Conditions)


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Model: Canon PowerShot SX130 IS

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3. Hotzenwaelder
3:00 PM GMT on January 16, 2013
It might be that they supply the company from which I buy salmon.
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2. EndlessHorizon
12:59 PM GMT on January 13, 2013
That used to be the Unisea plant! I worked in a ship named the Royal Alaskan, which was moored where the farthest ship on left side is now located. The Elbow Room was still in operation in those days, and it was the only bar in town. Could be a pretty rough place, but we liked it. There was one crabber skipper who would come in, check everyone out, and pick a fight with someone there. That wasn't fun.

He collected ears, and he used the fights to attempt to bite peoples' ears off. I personally saw the string of ears he had collected over the years. Yeesh!

I imagine things are probably a little more civilized now. There are cars and a Safeway and everything now. But thank you! This is exactly the scene I often saw, though there are more buildings now.The Royal Alaskan was towed to Seattle for maintenance, caught on fire, and was abandoned in the Seattle Slough. Don't know if it's still there, though.
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1. dotmom
11:44 AM GMT on January 13, 2013
Impressive operation with all their buildings.
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