By Meryl Chew
April 2, 2007
My family and I have taken our sailboat up Tenakee Inlet during Spring Break and Summer Vacation for many years. We go to many places, such as Saltery Bay, Crab Bay, and Little Seal Bay. Kayaking, rowing, swimming, fishing, hiking, and cookouts are just a few of the great activities we enjoy when we go up the inlet. I also enjoy scanning the sky for birds and the beaches for bear. One time I even got to see a bear and cub fishing in a stream. It was amazing to see those bears in their natural habitat.
Tenakee Inlet holds many of nature's greatest treasures. If Tenakee Inlet is clear-cut these treasures may not be around for other people to enjoy. It's very important that Tenakee stays a beautiful, untouched corner of the world.
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