Those strolling through Ketchikan on Thursday were sure to come across the dizzying array of July 4th celebrations. With a logging competition, a duck race, an art unveiling, fireworks and more, it’s understandable if you didn’t make it to every event. This audio postcard of the festivities in town gives a brief taste of the unique nature of Ketchikan’s July 4th celebrations.
Ketchikan and Vicinity Forecast
Mostly cloudy, with a high near 53. Northwest wind around 15 mph.
Conversations From the Shores of Revillagigedo
Our Voices Will be Heard on the Land Once Again
In the Garden
The winter kale trees in
full spring bloom!
The bees and robber flies
were enjoying the pollen feast.
The winter kale is spent.
The Gidansky garlic
stands 2″ tall!
The Music garlic looks
like it could be harvested
The Latest on Facebook