Fennimore's Bed and Breakfast

Address: 312 Stikine Ave., Box 957, Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 312 Stikine Ave., Box 957, Wrangell, is near Petroglyph Beach and Stikine River.
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      Travel Blogs from Wrangell

      The Salmon Massacre

      A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Aug 09, 2014

      10 photos

      ... and just pick one out, as if plucking an apple from a tree.
      And then there's the Beast - a bear who takes a salmon, rips it open for the roe, maybe takes a bite, and then drops it and looks for another. The result is a pool in the water of half-dead salmon which is food for the younger bears, who make a dash for the river from time to time, in the hope of grabbing a salmon when the older ones are not looking.

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      Interesting Wrangell

      A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 18, 2014

      65 photos

      We arrived before anything was open. We finally found a coffee shop that opened at 6 for the fishermen. Since it is light at 4 am they are mostly already out fishing -particularly since fishing season just started. When we were fully awake we drove around the island and saw the small boat harbor, a lot of churches (old Presbyterian, old catholic, old Episcopal, Seventh ...

      Wrangell

      A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 29, 2014

      7 photos

      ... only my third town in Alaska that I have been to, but I haven’t seen anything like this and it really makes me wonder why they are here. These rock carvings were made long before the Russians were here or any other people that claimed to have discovered it. We then went out on a boat for a ride around the passage. It was a bit rough at first because the outlet to the Sitkine River runs right into Wrangell. This river is 379 miles ...

      Wrangell Adventure Week with Gnats!

      A travel blog entry by tzhk10 on Jul 31, 2013

      88 photos

      ... on the line. We caught 6 salmon, one was a King salmon that was not big enough to keep (28 inch limit) and the rest were coho also known as silver. The teeth are very sharp and hurt if you touch them.

      Friday we got to take showers and wash the laundry. Friday night we went and got to listen to Jack Dalton, a Yu'pik storyteller. The story was about honoring all of nature even ...

      Petroglyphs

      A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 30, 2013

      1 comment, 26 photos

      ... this might have occurred. Archaeologists are still piecing scientific evidence together for the history of settlement in Southeast Alaska. So far, the oldest dated settlements are around 10,000 years old—a time when the last Ice Age was ending. These sites do not yield enough information to tell us which culture they represent. There are two ...