The once bustling harbor of Dyea is now land. An interesting fact we learned from one of the signs is that through the process of plate tectonics and isostatic rebound, the land here is rising at the rate of 3/4 of an inch each year.
Flats where Dyea harbor once was
There are many wild Irises in the area where the town was located.
Needs no explanation
An example of the thick growth at the cemetery site
Old grave marker
Today we move over to Haines Alaska via the ferry. We are a little nervous about the ferry. We have put cars on a ferry several times but never a large motorhome. The plan is to stay two nights in Haines and then take the Haines Highway back into Canada intersecting with the Alaska Highway. From there we will continue our travels back to Alaska and the first major town of Tok.