Day three on this epic excursion saw me traversing the southern and northern most points of Ketchikan.
I began with a drive down south to see some totem poles at Saxman Totem Park. A very humbling experience to say the least.
From there I drove north to Settler's Cove to do some hiking. Fortunately, the rain had lessened up a bit so I was able to really get out and enjoy myself.
Settler's Cove has some pretty intense rapids flowing through it - no doubt caused by the torrential downpour of rain this place gets. But, with a long enough shutter speed, even the most raging river can look somewhat serene.
The day ended with an invite to dinner from two employees at the Inn I'm staying at. I cant' say enough about The Inn at Creek Street (also known as the New York Hotel) - since day one they have gone above and beyond in customer service and are the nicest people. I highly recommend staying with them if you're ever in Ketchikan, I know I will next time I'm here.