As we hurry past, a brash young temptress calls to us from an upstairs window of the town
Actually, this sweet young thing is probably earning money for college with a summer theatre job. Actors roam the street between showings, staying in character and trying to drum up business for the play.
One last quick dash down a side street stops me in my tracks in front of this antique store window, combining a fascinating time-warping view of the past with the present.
(as well as providing a contribution to
I wonder if that old license plate we saw in the window has travelled any of the roads leading to places suggested on this signpost...
if there are roads leading there.
(note to self: must look at a road map of Alaska)
I think this rusted handle, beautifully showcased on an even rustier door, would make a fine addition to the collection in that antique shop.
All that sight-seeing has made me hungry. What say we stop in the ship's Lido Restaurant for a little snack before supper? For entertainment, we can watch a crew member wash the windows in the rain.
One last look at the fresh snow on the mountains above the rain-soaked deck as we say so long to Skagway.
More mountains to come.
Be sure to bundle up for our next stop,
that's all I'm saying.