Fennimore's Bed and Breakfast
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... Leconte Glacier, but in a tiny 8 seater boat, not our immoblised home of the past week. The weather is mostly wet, but the ice co-operates today, and allows us to get to within c. 500 metres of the ice wall face. We don't get to see a big calving of a chunk at close range, but the icebergs are impressive in the myriad shapes and patterns they present.
... time of year. The Stikine shoves so many trees down its length because of its current that they almost seem to block its delta which at its mouth is twenty miles wide. We also went by the visitor center and the Nolan Museum which had a display of National Geographic quality photos. We enjoyed some very good meals in Wrangell at Zacs Café, the Diamond C Café and the Stikine ...
Thursday, June 12 Wrangell 56°27.95’N 132 ° 25.95’ W
G&N arrive after overnighting on-the-dock in Petersburg
Friday, June 13 . . . Wrangell 56°27.95’N 132 ° 25.95’ W
George off to Vancouver
Saturday, June 14 . . . Wrangell
... and the remains of the machines were still left behind. I thought this was quite cool. It is part of the history of the area and was in a very beautiful area. The nature here is hard to beat. The evergreen trees are everywhere and it was such an incredible place.
I really enjoyed this trip and was easily the best part of Alaska that I have seen so far. Everything was interesting that we saw, but I was also intrigued with how ...
... current and tides were moving us. Rockfish, dogfish, and skates (also known as stingrays) also feed on the bottom. We caught 2 dogfish, 2 rockfish, 2 halibut, and 1 skate. None of this we kept. Either it was illegal, too little, or John didn't want to bring it onto the boat (the skate).
Then we trolled for salmon using the downriggers and rods. The downriggers would show when we had ...