The Overlook Bed & Breakfast

Address: P.O.B.1173 , Dillingham, Alaska, 99576, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on P.O.B.1173 , Dillingham, is near Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
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Travel Blogs from Dillingham

King Salmon

A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

4 comments, 3 photos

How can this place call itself a town. Sure they have a two "hotels", two restaurants and a store but there are no houses. There is a gas pump. But from the airport terminal door you can see the whole town including the little cabin we're in, all the worse for wear with no hot water, right in the center of things. We've had to backtrack a few hundred miles so Thom could tinker with the plane. And here we are back near where we left two days ago. We rented a car, 20 ...

Run Salmon Run

A travel blog entry by brent.thurlow on Jun 25, 2011

... and soup. We headed out for the 30 minute run down to the fishing site. All the boats were lined up 4-500 yards apart ready and waiting for the clock to strike 12. Almost on the dot boats started to pull out from the shore setting their nets. Once the net was set, it became a waiting game. As it was just after the summer solstice it doesn't actually get dark, sun set is approximately 1-2am and around 3-4am it becomes dusk and sunrise is ...

We are off to Katmai National Park

A travel blog entry by 2jgstl on Aug 02, 2009

3 photos

... flight attendant pointed out several sites, including a fabulous view of Mt. McKinley and Mt. Foraker. Upon arrival at King Salmon, we found the National Park Service King Salmon Visitor Center next door to the Pen Air Terminal building. We knew that they had the Passport Stamp for Katmai, plus one for Brooks Camp at Katmai. We also knew that we would find the stamp for Alagnak Wild River. Much to our surprise we also secured the stamp for ...

Certified Alaskan Style

A travel blog entry by bassmanms on Jun 10, 2009

1 comment, 19 photos

... Such as everyone around town feels the desire to donate all sorts of subsistence food for us poor saps that can't find year round work. So far on the menu of free dinners has included but is not limited to; King salmon steaks, Sockeye, Moose roast, fiddle heads (baby ferns), Dolly Varden (think baby salmon eating trout), and my new extremely guilty pleasure baby Beluga. Yes that's right, not only are you allowed to ...

Alaska...Fish Camp

A travel blog entry by horvath211 on Jun 07, 2009

1 comment

... When the season actually starts I could be working up to 22 hours a day...arghhhh! At least I'll be getting a whole lot of overtime!! My first week is finished here.....with many many more to go...LOL! I have a whole new appreciation for the guys that do this year after year.

More to come...hopefully I"ll be able to post some pictures soon...


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