Russian farewell

Kodiak residents disembark the Russian tall ship Pallada on Saturday afternoon shortly before the ship’s departure from Kodiak. The training ship was in port for three days to celebrate the 270th anniversary of the Russian discovery of America and is bound for Sitka before sailing to Canada and the U.S. West Coast. (James Brooks photo)

Kodiak residents disembark the Russian tall ship Pallada on Saturday afternoon shortly before the ship’s departure from Kodiak. The training ship was in port for three days to celebrate the 270th anniversary of the Russian discovery of America and is bound for Sitka before sailing to Canada and the U.S. West Coast.

(James Brooks photo)

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