Harbor Day Bed and Breakfast

404 Noseeum St., Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Petersburg

Orcas, Harbor Seals, Sea Lions & Carnivorous Plant

A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 05, 2014

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... a pretty, carnivorous plant (see YouTube video).

Going back to the boat on the D.I.B., Sophie was cold and tiring, so Mike helped her steer the D.I.B. She brimmed with excitement.

In the evening, we took a photo tour of Petersburg, a fishing town. Rich Reid led the tour and we worked on depth of field, leading lines, repeating patterns and all the amazing things you can do with a ...

Petersburg

A travel blog entry by tmullinax on Jul 08, 2014

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We woke up at 4:30 am to make it to the ferry for our 4 hour trip to Petersburg. This time we were on the FVF Fairweather, a smaller, faster ship. It was really nice, and we passed the time playing cards and resting in the comfortable plush chairs. Did I mention that we woke up at 4:30? On arrival in Petersburg, we were greeted by a beautiful, quaint, Norwegian fishing town. It sure smelled ...

Petersburg

A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 30, 2014

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... around the exterior of the island enjoying the views of the water, trees, mountains and snow. The snow level was still a couple hundred meters above us, so it didn’t snow where we were. We saw a couple deer
and eagle en route. The houses were really amazing on the outside, but got a bit rougher on the inside of the island. The beach was a bit better than Wrangell, so that was a positive. After walking 3 ...

Juneau to Petersburg

A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Jul 23, 2013

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... not far enough out on the points at Sandy Beach.

Archaelogists here have found the oldest remnants of six rock and wooden fish traps that date back 2090 years. They believe the tribe of Tlingits built two traps of stone—one on either side of Sandy Beach. They are over 30 feet across and all that is showing, during an average low-tide now-a-days, is a heart shaped pattern of ...

Petersburg

A travel blog entry by rider1 on Jul 20, 2013

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Another quick 1/2 hour stop and off we went, heading for Wrangell.


Town History
A Good Place to Fish
Fishing boats unloading
Seaprints PhotographyThe History and Demographics of Petersburg, AlaskaTlingit hunters and fishermen used the area surrounding Petersburg at least 2,000 years ago, and at low tide you can ...

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