Grand View Bed and Breakfast

P.O. Box 927 , Wrangell, Alaska, 99929, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on P.O. Box 927 , Wrangell, is near Stikine River.
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    Wrangell, Alaska

    A travel blog entry by pieper on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... rush to the Klondike area. At a time when neither Juneau, Ketchikan, or Petersburg were in existence, Wrangell served was the economic center for Alaska. At one point, over 10,000 persons were in Wrangell waiting for supplies and transportation up the Stikine River. Today, Wrangell is a throwback to what many call "authentic Alaska." A small quiet community where you ...

    Sailing again on the Matanuska

    A travel blog entry by sggriffin on Jun 28, 2014

    ... without looking in my mirrors - but backwards is really a different thing! Try backing up blind, knowing there is an open cargo door behind you that goes directly into the ocean. We kissed the dogs goodby and locked up. We checked into our stateroom, if you can call it that. And then I told Miss Pat that I needed a drink, a real drink! After two whiskey sours, numerous Immodium (as this procedure just about scared the ?)?'&?$$&? out of ...

    Frosty Bay, Ana Bay

    A travel blog entry by tricab on Jun 17, 2014

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    Tuesday, June 17 . . . Frosty Bay 5603.86’N 131 58.10’ W

    Visited Anan Bay bear observatory, due to poor holding, George rowed the swabbies to shore in the pi____’n down rain leaving the lads to a 3 km hike into the woods to find the lair of the bear, and to observe them from the ...

    Cinnamon Buns, rain and kayaking.

    A travel blog entry by tricab on May 13, 2014

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    ... overnight here again tonight so that we can adequately exploit this sheltered island cluster; to paddle without too much effort bucking wind and current and to also see at least one of the bears that are said to run wild here. We are also trapped until we can exit on a high tide in daylight and catch the ebb washing us northward. Timing is everything and ...


    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 29, 2014

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    ... is known to be the fastest flowing river in the world and some people use a hover craft to navigate it because they can navigate over the sand banks and ice. It took us a few minutes to get out of the rough waters, then we randomly stopped at an island called Deadman’s Island. This island is about the size of a football field. This island was where the Chinese were supposedly put into barrels until they would be shipped to China to ...