Ketchikan, Alaska - Sep. 26, 2005
Back in Ketchikan in 2005, Layla finds an Amethyst she could almost fit inside!
"Welcome to Alaska's 1st City, Ketchikan, the Salmon Capital of the World."
Ketchikan, Alaska - Jun. 15, 2004
Liquid Blue with Bill Harrison at Creek Street in Ketchikan, Alaska.
Pines Trail immerses the band members in Alaskan nature.
Eagles Lookout offers a stunning view.
Ketchikan is the fifth most populous city in Alaska, with 8,044 people as of 2004.
The city is named after Ketchikan Creek, which flows through the town.
Ketchikan's economy is based upon tourism and fishing.
It also serves as both an air and marine transportation hub for Southeast Alaska.
Ketchikan's secondary post office box ZIP code is 99950.
This is the highest ZIP code ever assigned in the United States.
Ketchikan, Alaska - Aug. 7, 2003
Winters are cool but far milder than what its latitude alone may suggest.
The George Inlet Lodge is known for its delicious crabs.
They offer boat trips and crabbing demonstrations, too.
Ketchikan is located on Revillagigedo Island, 235 miles (378 km) south of Juneau.
Ketchikan, Alaska - Jul. 26-28, 2003
Liquid Blue on stage performing live.
Bicycles are a good way to see Ketchikan.
Ketchikan also has the world's largest collection of standing totem poles.
Michael and Layla hold up a crab trap.
Ketchikan has a climate greatly modified and moderated by its maritime location.
Its climate is likened to Scotland or Northern Ireland though with much more rain.