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There are many deep bays on the coasts of Ounalashka, which have nearly all been examined and surveyed by our navigators. The north- ern shore has the greatest number, as for example: Captain's Bay, the Bay of Otters, lUuluck Bay, Kaleghta Bay, and Samganooda Bay, vis- ited by Cook. Captain's Bay was so named, because Captain Levacheff was obliged to winter here in 1708-'09. There is a plan of this bay, on a large scale, in the atlas accompanying Kotzebue's voyage. It is formed by Capes Kaleghta and WessiloHi'sky, which lie in an east-northeast and west- southwest direction, nine miles from each other, and is about thirteen miles to its southern part. The upper part of the bay contains three distinct smaller bays, the. eastern, northern, and western bays.
I love the thought of a Bay of Otters
Quote from: helenj on December 28, 2012, 06:23:52 pmI love the thought of a Bay of Otters Is that like a herd of Cows, a flock of Geese, a murder of Crows??!!