Downtown B&B Inn

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Travel Blogs from Valdez

Prince William Sound

A travel blog entry by kenjackie78

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... miles away, and of course the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill. Yesterday we got glimpses of the Trans Alaska Pipeline as we drove from Glennallen to Valdez, and today we saw the terminal across the water from the town where tankers load. Saw more eagles today, and found a pair of trumpeter swans that we watched feed for a while on a secluded lake. When they feed out in the water they put their head, long neck and front half of their body straight down into the ...

Just about over

A travel blog entry by elysa.w2013

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... until I can get a new phone if anyone wants to get me its gona have to be email. Or text Bill. Or phone Bill. As soon as we go into BC there will be no more postings. Unless we can get internet somewhere! So I'll post pics of our fish. You won't be able to see the last catch of fish since my phone is not working. That is what happens when you take phone out on a boat in the rain! LOL
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Glacier lake paddling & drive to Valdez

A travel blog entry by mazb10

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... pained coz of the freezing water, Tanya was taking a movie & asking how cold my feet were? I told her I don't know how she got in the water to swim in it, my feet were in immense pain with just a very short paddle. She then told me to come over to where she was as it was warmer & said that it's always warmer where the icebergs are!! (so why don't they melt then?!!). Anyway I went in where she was & of course, it was just as cold, Tanya was in fits of laughter ...

Still having a great time

A travel blog entry by elysa.w2013

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... at 4am. Two days later 70000 fish went up so it was not good fishing.So it took hours to get fish. One morning when we got down to river there was a man that had been there since 9pm the night before and only had 1 fish. The limit was 3, they raised it to 6. Had lots of fish on but couldnt land them. But we did leave there with our freezer almost full. : ) Had 15lbs of fish smoked. Its so fun watching everyone catching fish. Bill's cousin Sherri and friend ...

Valdez, Alaska

A travel blog entry by candyjake13

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This is a real fishing village. And the weather goes along with it. We are camped across the street from the small fishing port. There are no cruise lines docked here. You need to remember that this is where the Alaska Pipeline ends, and this is the shipping port. The last 60 miles of the highway went through a pretty dramatic gorge system with tall snow cover peaks, glaciers in between and lots of rivers. ...

 

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