Monday. What a surprise it was to look out of the window this morning to see trees! The ship had docked early in the morning at Ketchikan, Alaska, our first stop. To find out more about the small town and check out the touristy things, we took a Duck tour. Similar to the one we did in Seattle, this one went on both land and sea, and was great fun. We then went on to see the Lumberjack show. This is where different skills used by lumberjacks were showcased in an entertaining contest between two rival teams. Historically, forestry work was the main source of income for the town. As the town often has 3-4 tour ships a day call in during summer, tourism is now the main industry, followed closely by fishing. Salmon and Halibut are the main fish caught in the cool Alaskan waters, so lunch was fish and chips from the local fish shop. The ship set sail again at 2pm, so it the afternoon was spent beside the pool and enjoying the views across the water.