Rooney's Roost Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
LocationMap this b&b
Photos of Rooney's Roost Bed & Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Rooney's Roost Bed & Breakfast Wrangell
Travel Blogs from Wrangell
We arrived in Wrangell around 8 am. It looks like a very cute little village. It seemed to take a few tries for the ferry to get in position; first we were going forward, than backward, and you could hear the engines revving like they just couldn't quite get the maneuverability they needed, but we did make after only a couple tries. I do remember it was so much better than our Cruise ship trying to dock in Victoria, Canada when it was very windy; at least it ...
... Sunday, June 15 . . . Wrangell
Wayne returns from Alaska cruise on Volendam to find Nish holding back the sea and renewing provisions.
Monday, June 16 . . . Wrangell
George returns from whirlwind trip to Vancouver. We spend another night at the dock and prepare for an early departure on the morrow.
... are not for sale and want to keep the island quiet. It is on a harbor, which seems to be common for Alaska towns. There are incredible views around the island and this is why the people move here. No one really moves here for the town because there is nothing in the town, but the environment is unbeatable. It was not too cold, but you can see the snow level a few hundred feet above.
We had several stops with my college team ...
... so the guy who owned the tug could work on it.
On Thursday we went fishing and learned how to jig for halibut. Halibut feed from the bottom so you want your lure right above the bottom of where you are fishing. You rock the fishing pole back and forth on your knee which makes the lure go up and down which looks like food for halibut. We used herring as bait. We had an anchor out ...
... survived so many years of sand erosion and weathering on the beach. The ones we've seen on cliffs I can understand, but the constant wave action, even though this is the inland waterway, seems to me should have obliterated them by now.
In the Southwestern US the Petroglyphs can be dated by analyzing the lichen growth on the rocks. Since ...