Harbor Day Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Petersburg
... with Capt. Ron. He has shared many of his wonderful pictures. We enjoyed our picnic lunch and the sights immensely, even if it did rain at times! We spent the day on the water, passing Sea lion Island and the first, last and only lighthouse in Alaska. We returned to camp, and visited the general store - complete with an espresso machine and every flavor syrup known! After our pick me ups, we were ready for a light dinner and ...
We had sunshine with some clouds when we first started this morning. The view looking back at Juneau was beautiful. We could see Mendenhall Glacier and St. Elias mountain range peaks behind it. To the west of us were the Fairweather Mountains, which provided more peaks and views. About an hour or so out of Juneau, the mountains to our west changed to almost foothill like with ...
... live here year-round, with seasonal variation due to summertime cannery workers, deckhands and fishermen. Nearly 50,000 tourists visit Petersburg each year.
Petersburg Totem Pole
The commercial fishing industry is the community’s largest employer, with others in retail business, city state and federal agencies, visitor industry ...
... br> to return to this very stream upon their maturity in about 5-7 years.
Then it happened, I received a call from Susan, the lady that I mentioned yesterday, inviting
us to join her husband and granddaughter fishing. So, we were off to the harbor. Met Susan,
Terry and granddaughter Adrianna.
A Little history, they came to Alaska 15 years ago from the lower 48. They settled in ...
... either their state or your federal dollars at
work) that housed museum and convention center.
In the afternoon, we took a high speed jet boat tour up the Stikine River with All Alaska Waters. If you are ever here you do not want to miss this trip, especially when traveling with
Rick. He has kept me laughing since he got here. He keeps reminding me that he
is younger and in his ...