Lundberg's South Shore Inn

Address: 7446 South Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 7446 South Tongass Highway, Ketchikan, is near Creek Street, Saxman Native Village, Totem Heritage Center, and Alaska Rainforest Sanctuary.
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Travel Blogs from Ketchikan

Blog 7 – Do bears shit in the woods?

A travel blog entry by 50isthenewblack on Sep 18, 2014

1 comment, 32 photos

... at the visitor centre which finalises the few hours, we see a local artist carving by hand a huge totem pole that will be placed within the forest soon, we are up the back & can’t quite hear what the guide is saying so all we catch is "reindeer" & “dog food factory” - we share horrified glances & ask if we heard right & thankfully we missed the bit about how the centre had rescued 4 or 5 female reindeer from the ...

Day 19 Ketchikan Day 20 at sea 1-2 September

A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 01, 2014

7 photos

... Bell rode back down and I followed a track down to a Salmon hatchery and ladder where I took some photos though you need to look hard into the water to see the fish the video is a little better showing their movement. The stream runs alongside the once notorious Creek Street and the odour of the Salmon that die on the way up the creek and caught up on the rocks is noticeable. The ...

Day 4 of the Professional Vacation (Part 1)

A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Aug 21, 2014

3 photos

"Welcome to KETCHIKAN" said the carved out watermelon the next day. This was more of a work day than the others. We had another employee training at 8:45am where we sat through few slideshows, videos, and presentations about safety and the company and expectations. It was a good review because we learned most of that information our first day but even after a few days on the ship it really clicked more for me.
Then at 2:00 we had another orientation ...

Thar She Blows!

A travel blog entry by pattikak on Jul 24, 2014

23 photos

... And I was able to answer the age old question, "Does a bear poop in the woods"? Yes! My pictures of the whales were not very good on my IPhone, but Nick got some great pictures on the camera.

Our next port stop was Ketchikan. Again, the only way in and out of this town is by boat or plane. The seaplanes take off and land almost continuously on the waterways. We were told by the locals that ...


A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 24, 2014

11 photos

... that the "whites" arrived in Ketchikan around 1870 and would later turn salmon fishing into big business when the technology to put fish in a can was developed. Canneries were established by about the 1920's the crews were primarily Chinese. The members of the the three major tribes in the area were also those who worked the canneries, fished commercially and worked in the logging industry that developed around 1950. The fishing and logging industries would end ...