Favorite Bay Inn

Address: Mile 1 Killisnoo Rd., Angoon, Alaska, 99820, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Mile 1 Killisnoo Rd., Angoon.
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Travel Blogs from Angoon

Traveling the fjord

A travel blog entry by txladyjan on May 06, 2015

16 photos

... Again, and I know my pictures won't do it justice, the scenery is breathtaking! The weather was very cold. Time for several layers, heavy coats, gloves, and ear muffs.

Back out into the main waterway, Stephen's Passage, we were on our way to Juneau. We ate breakfast in the dining room this morning and then walked on ...

Tenakee Springs

A travel blog entry by tricab on May 19, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... seen. Most of the marine facilities necessary to safely secure a vessel in Alaska have exceeded the community standard that we are accustomed to in Canadian waters. Each tiny coastal community seems to have considerable access to marine $$$.
The post mistress for the last 35 years, gave a brief and enthusiastic account of the village, saying that each person “takes care of their own sewage and drinking ...

Scenic Cruising through Tracy Arm Fjord

A travel blog entry by orlandoanne on Aug 24, 2013

7 photos

"With the most powerful binoculars, I cannot see Alaska."
-Mikheil Saakashvili

On day 7 of our cruise, the ship sailed into Tracy Arm Fjord. We spent much of the morning on deck viewing the beautiful surroundings, including Sawyer Glacier. After having been to Glacier Bay on our previous Alaska ...

Sailing Tracy Arm Fjord

A travel blog entry by ricflack on Jul 03, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... went to do her own thing.

We met up to play a trivia challenge and we were victorious again...that is two for two.

After trivia, we went up to Beach Blanket Buffet for the BBQ.

It was shortly after lunch that we entered Tracy Arm Fjord for our cruise to the glacier. It was rainy and cold but as we sailed a little further, the fog lifted and we were able to see the mountains on both sides ...

Admiralty Island with my crew

A travel blog entry by levering_scott on Aug 09, 2011

11 photos

My crew and I performed trail work on Admiralty Island. We traveled by seaplane to North Young Lake. This was our last project together, and a good one to end on. We worked 10 hours a day, 8 days in a row. We were backcountry, deep in the wilderness. I hauled puncheon (65 Lbs. of lumber) on my back with two of my crew members for the first 5 days. The haul took one-half hour in one direction. ...