Beaver Creek Bed and Breakfast

1800 Birch Circle, Dillingham, Alaska, 99576, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 1800 Birch Circle, Dillingham, is near Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Dillingham

    King Salmon

    A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

    4 comments, 3 photos

    ... covered in dirt, that moans quietly everytime it has to turn a corner. Or maybe it's more like whale singing. And it sounds like the muffler or something is banging on the road every time it hits a pothole and there are thousands of them on these gravel roads. But what do you expect for a hundred bucks? It did take us to Nak-Nek, the only town you can get to without a boat or plane. And Nak-Nek is home to the famous Red Dog Inn, which is home to the worst fishburger ...

    Run Salmon Run

    A travel blog entry by brent.thurlow on Jun 25, 2011

    Well commercial fishing in Nushagak, Bristol Bay, Alaska has come to an end. It was a pretty amazing experience. The Alaska Department of Fish and Game had predicted a massive influx of fish this year, but unfortunately it did not live up to their projections. Compared to last year which was a record year for fishing, this year has a very quiet year.

    It took 5 days before fish and game would let us fish the first opener on the 25th of ...

    We are off to Katmai National Park

    A travel blog entry by 2jgstl on Aug 02, 2009

    3 photos

    ... it a couple of years ago, but could not really staff all of the small towns served by this kind of airline, much less the separate "terminal" buildings at those tiny airports. All of our “stuff” is packed in our day packs for carry-on (well wing-side checking), so we would have taken advantage of the lack of security if we had known ahead of time.

    The Pen Air flight was a 30 seat Saab 340, quite comfortable, with beverage and ...

    Certified Alaskan Style

    A travel blog entry by bassmanms on Jun 10, 2009

    1 comment, 19 photos

    Since my last entry, I've been to a few more spots on the globe. After returning from Costa Rica I had a short week stint in Chicago for family, friends, and Cubbies. Then up to AK for my new position with the Fish and Wildlife Service for some solitary fish assignments. So anyway I made it through the grueling part of the North Country training these last two weeks with the Togiak Wildlife Refuge folk. Working for ...

    Alaska...Fish Camp

    A travel blog entry by horvath211 on Jun 07, 2009

    1 comment

    ... for a conformation on the boat. A job is a job though and I needed it. So, they put me up in a hotel that night and flew me to South Naknek the next day.
    I got off the plane around 2pm, was given a tour, shown to my room, told dinner was at 5 and I could be on the dock after dinner to finish out the day. It's been 12hour days everyday since and they said they say its slow right ...