Eddystone Inn

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

Quick and short look around Sitka

A travel blog entry by 2travelingbags on Jun 08, 2015

1 comment, 9 photos

Arrived in Sitka and dropping a quick line. Went and took a quick trip to town since we arrived and had to setup camp. Which consisted of backing into a park spot, paying a man $37.00 dollars and there is one fire ring and one picnic table for everyone to share. We will be moving today to a US Forest Service campground which involves $14.00 dollars a day, ...

Around Town and then some!

A travel blog entry by pamvndrw on May 30, 2015

31 photos

... reknowned Totem carving artist. I've gotten to use an adze - sort of a chisel with a handle. Much fun! I am carving a traditional potlatch spoon. My piece of freshly cut red alder was about 3"x 3" by about 10 inches long. We meet at his studio right in town- there are 5 of us students and class is every Tuesday 6-9PM. Since I'm leaving before the end of the class, I have been working extra ******* my spoon!
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Last Day of fishing and Happy Birthday, Margaret!

A travel blog entry by erica.l.moeser on Jul 31, 2014

36 photos

... Katie and I were the last the last three and needed a tutorial also so Brooks and Travis decided to start us upstream from the beginning and also bring up the kayak which would be needed to get back to the boats during high tide. So we had a decent 15 minute walk, party along the bank and partly wading against the current- definitely a good workout and deserving of all of our hearty meals. We got to our spots and we standing by our packs talking before we even started and we saw a ...

Hike when the sun shines

A travel blog entry by kramertown on Jul 23, 2014

... reaching the peak at 2,500 feet.

The hike went through dense Sitka Spruce that were so large we were all convinced they were redwoods. After about an 90 minutes we reached "the bench" a view point at 1,500 ft and about 2/3rds of the way to the top. We stopped for lunch and the kids decided they had had enough and started back down. Tom spent another hour and completed the climb and had the peak to ...

It's been a year.

A travel blog entry by theroamingnome on Jul 18, 2014

6 photos

... 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 ...