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Travel Blogs from Petersburg
... from Norway to Iowa and then, sometime around 1900 went to the Petersburg area, where, according to family stories, they were establishing a cannery. We were unsuccessful in finding any information about them while we were in Petersburg. (Note: After our visit to Petersburg, Bob did a little research on line, and we believe that they were in what is now known as Wrangell.)
Petersburg was ...
... 25lbs of fish, we will save them for our first meal with David on Tuesday.
Adrianna was a real treat. She lives in Oregon but came to Petersburg to live with Gandma and Grandpa for 3 -5-weeks.11 yr old that just loves this part of the world. Avid avid reader, sixth grader taking high school courses. You would think that she has lived here all her life. Pitched in on everything. Need to release boat, she ...
... exclaims, “Hawaii and Alaska have a lot in common! We are both remote and served by barges from the lower 48!” Her brother has a home on Maui and she understands when you can't find milk in the local store, “The barge is late!” Pretty accurate.
I ask why the canneries don’t offer public tours, as I really enjoyed the tour I took here in ‘79. It’s the same old story, someone fell and decided to sue, in spite ...
... feel good, even put on change of clothes. I may have
mentioned this before but you know when the underwear has been turned inside
out 3 to 4 times it’s time to change.
Once back on deck, we experienced the Wrangell Narrows. This can only been done with the Alaskan Marine Highway System, as no cruise ship could possibly navigate these waters even at high tide. At times we were within ...
... too – a perfect
introduction to bear-spotting! Then, just as we are getting over that excitement,
a bald eagle flew past – too fast to capture on camera, but plenty of other
people saw that one!
PS- We also saw some whales!