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Old 08-08-2012, 07:17 PM   #14
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Gorgonzola Pizza and Skagway

We used a recipe we found on Epicurious for the Grape Gorgonzola pizza, but instead of making the dough in the recipe, we bought whole wheat fresh dough from Fresh & Easy. It was good, but the dough was stickier than when I make my own, and therefore not as easy to work with, but the taste was great!

Moving on to Skagway. We saw this sign up in the mountainside. I wasn't sure what a curio was, I had only heard of it in Cars. After visiting the shop, I decided it wasn't anything I needed.

Harley Store

Brewery we'd be visiting.

Can't have too many totem poles

Stained glass above entrance to one of the shops.

Gorgeous horse

Looking into the residential area from the business area.

And back towards all the ships.

Chris' flight of beers

I believe they were the first four listed.

My pineapple upside down cake martini

The description.

They infuse the vodka with pineapple and vanilla in house

The taps

I spotted what I thought was a church, so I took a picture because I like to photograph churches, but it turned out to be a museum. We come back to it later.

Then we passed a coffee shop that also had salmon chowder. They offered a free sample, we loved it and Chris and I shared a cup. I don't remember what the place was called, but if you're ever there and want some, it was right near the brewery, which was the last thing on it's side of the street.

HAHA!!! The name is Bites on Broadway, the sign is right over Chris's shoulder!

Anyway, I was a little skeptical about chunks of salmon in a soup, but it was great. They guys running the counter were the owners, and when they I wasn't so sure about their chowder, they gave me a nice sample. They had tons of other stuff too, but we wanted to check out all our options before deciding on a place for lunch.

More nice scenery

Leave it to us to find the liquor store in town... haha!

We were actually looking for the salmon vodka, which we found, but it was $39 a bottle. If I'm going to spend that much on vodka, it had better be the Goose or Belvi.

Snowblower like I've never seen before

Up next: Lunch and a museum

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