By Alan R. McGillvray
May 07, 2006
One (if not dancing) could watch motion waves move across the floor; I had seen this, and I asked my father, Don McGillvray, about the phenomenon, and he told me the dance floor had been built that way, to enable dancers to dance better.
I do know that dancing there
was very enjoyable, and I've hardly ever seen another.
About: Alan R. McGillvray writes,
"I have lived in Ketchikan off and on since 1946. I attended
White Cliff Elementary, and Main School in the 1950s, and graduated
Kayhi in 1963."
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