Eagle's Roost Bed and Breakfast

P.O. Box 9187, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on P.O. Box 9187, Ketchikan.
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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan

Ketch Me If You Kan

A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 23, 2014

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... the way, if I go fishing I get to keep up to 15 of the fish I catch. Very healthy. He gave me some great tips for walking around the town, including a 3 – 5 hour hike up to an alpine glacier.

There is a creek, as I mentioned a few sentences ago. There is also the picturesque Creek Street – a boardwalk, actually - along that creek, famous for its “sporting women”, as the informative signs say. These former houses of ...


A travel blog entry by followkim on Jul 20, 2014

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Ketchikan is a cute, little town in Alaska. It used to be a lumber mill town and now it's a tourist town. It's charming and has some interesting history. We took the duck tour, which is surprisingly good and went to the Great Alaskan Lumberjack Show, which is both ...

Into the Forest

A travel blog entry by tmullinax on Jul 11, 2014

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... 1500 ft. At that point, we were satisfied with ourselves and opted not to hike to the summit at 3000 ft elevation. The sun was shining. Eagles were soaring overhead, and the view of the Narrows was breathtaking. We could hear the common ravens making the strangest sounds. They sometimes sounded like water dripping or monkeys. ...

Into the Mist

A travel blog entry by patandglenn on Jul 03, 2014

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... up for a polar expedition! Down jackets, boots, balaclavas, mitts. We stood on our veranda in socks and long sleeve t shirts. We zoomed up to Rudyerd Bay. Along the way we saw quite a few eagles. We also passed the village of Saxman and were able to see the Totem Pole park there. Before we entered the bay we stopped by New Eddystone Rock. In 1793 Captain George Vancouver sailed his ship Discovery into this bay and wrote about this ...

. . . once again

A travel blog entry by tricab on Jun 23, 2014

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Monday, Tuesday, June 23, 24 . . . Ketchikan, again.

Since our visit 2 months prior, this harbour has become considerably more congested by yachts, cruise ship passengers and the noisy tourist infrastructure that supports us all. “Duck Boat” tours launch just off of our stern, flight-seeing planes come and go overhead and the massive cruise ships, 4 in & ...

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