Eddystone Inn

Address: Sawmill Creek Road, Sitka, Alaska, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Sitka

Counting Stars and Eagles

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 10, 2014

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... open. We browsed a lovely gift shop with many high-quality gifts and art, but one of the things I enjoyed most was a T-shirt titled Meals on Wheels with a bear chasing a bike rider. (Click here to see the shirt). Still searching for coffee, we entered a building with a coffee bar sign. The store had multiple businesses: a Radio Shack and the coffee bar. The Radio Shack was open but the coffee ...

Sitka Bound

A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 27, 2014

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Mairead Tyler and Liam left Anchorage for Sitka in the morning. By lunch time the rest of us had come together at the airport in Seattle to catch our flight to join them- me, Johnathon, Lucy, Dave, Margaret, Dev, Hannah, Luke, Sara, and Chris from Chicago, Mason from Phoenix, Michael, Katie, Zoe, and Sara from Northern Cali, Tony, Allen, Paul, Shannon, and Shane from SoCal and surprise to all of us that Kristi, Jeff and their new baby Emma were joining us ...

Hike when the sun shines

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 23, 2014

... By 1pm Sue and the kids were back down and Tom started back down. By 2:30 he was at home while Sue and the kids were in town shopping and having an ice cream soda as their reward for the tough hike.

After a shower, Tom walked the 2 miles into town to join them. Now it was Sue's turn to walk. While Tom and the kids made friends at the local playground and watched the salmon leap out of the water, Sue ...

It's been a year.

A travel blog entry by theroamingnome on Jul 18, 2014

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... how to make salmon berry wine, fireweed honey, soap, figure out fly fishing, trolling..natural history and wildlife lectures are always in abundance as well. I mean, why wouldn't I want to learn more about Alaskan clams and how to tell how old they are by their shell markings? I can't say no to that kind of new knowledge. Which is probably why I'm always so damn busy and haven't logged on to this blog that I promised myself I'd keep up with a year ago. I keep reading ...

Land ahoy

A travel blog entry by stuidon on May 27, 2014

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... soaring eagles. We went for a walk through town, where a passing person directed our focus to the top of St Michaels Church spire to see 2 Bald Eagles sitting on the cross. Continuing on we walked up the stairs to Castle Hill and back down to the Information Centre where they had free wi-fi. Gee it felt good to catch up with what was happening at home.

After dinner we sat in the deck chairs on level 9 and watched, Mary Poppins. Hot Chocolate drinks were regularly ...