Alaska Woollybugger Bed & Breakfast

1130 Ptarmigan St, Valdez, Alaska, 99686, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Valdez

Day 33 Valdez

A travel blog entry by tbasler on Aug 04, 2014

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Camping at Bayside RV Park and it actually has good WiFi and full hook ups. Settled in had a beer and a snack lunch since we plan to eat out tonight. Wanting all the fresh fish we can get before moving to the interior. So disappointed driving here with the weather since the views had to magnificent. Mountains jutting up all around us, lakes, rivers, water falls and valley glaciers. The Trans-Alaska Pipe Line ran parallel to the highway and it stretches ...

Valdez by Day

A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jul 11, 2014

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... oil spill. We went by the Smiling Seal Quilt Shop, but it wasn't opened, even though the hours showed them to be open! We drove by the small boat harbor, and ate lunch at The Fat Mermaid. We drove to VIP Nails and met Melinda, the savior of the day. She fixed my nails, including the cracked one. I felt like a whole person again, after 5 weeks. She then looked at Miss Pat's nails, and said ...


A travel blog entry by kersteensalaska on Jul 10, 2014

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Well,our run of fine weather finally ended and we woke to rain but we were not deterred. Everyone up here tells you to get out and do things despite the weather so we did. Drove back up the Ric******* Highway through Keystone Canyon, by the Bridal Veil Falls, over the Thompson Pass up to Worthington Glacier. By this time it had stopped raining so we climbed up to the ...

Ferry Aurora

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 07, 2014

31 photos

... see the Exxon tank farm across Valdez Bay. The Alaska pipeline from above Fairbanks ends there and there are lots of tankers in and out of Valdez. The 1964 earthquake that was centered not too far from Valdez caused the town to be relocated to a slightly higher place. And the Exxon Valdez oil spill results from 1989 are no longer visible. The small boat harbor had a great many boats and there were several huge seafood processing plants along the docks. ...

Glacier lake paddling & drive to Valdez

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 14, 2013

2 comments, 60 photos

... to the ones Tanya took me on this morning to show me more interesting things. We were heading for the toe of the glacier & on the way Tanya showed me where the locals have had a few parties & use the tray of a truck for a band to play on.

Over more bumpy tracks we went (Tanya didn't call them roads this time!) until we got close to the glacial lake that Tanya swam in in 2009 & sat on an iceberg in the middle to warm up (this surely begs the question ...

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