Waterfront Bed & Breakfast

P.O. Box 1364, Petersburg, Alaska, 99833, United States | B&B
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    Adapting to America

    A travel blog entry by imageyonder on Jul 31, 2014

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    ... land is just so abundant it can be wasted without thought. But boy was it hot! Well a lot warmer than we expected - Alaska, we thought it was meant to be cold!

    Another day, another place and back south again to Petersburg, inaccessible except via another American city (hence via Anchorage). The TSA were in destructive (or curious) mood though so we arrived to find the two bags we had without the American friendly ...


    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Mar 30, 2014

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    ... last name in Norway. Many churches, houses, hotels and restaurants still have a Norwegian symbol or coat of arms outside their houses/businesses. There is even a weekend in the year where the town celebrates its Scandinavian heritage and
    has a massive parade/party. There is even a Viking ship replica in a part of town called Sing Lee Alley. This is a boardwalk that cuts across the water from one side of ...

    Juneau to Petersburg

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

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    ... prospector in Alaska; anyone who has lived in Alaska for most or all of his/her life. One columnist penned that a Sourdough was a person who was sour on Alaska and lacked the "dough" to leave.

    We had a late lunch, early dinner, and then drove out to Sandy Beach. Petersburg, unlike Juneau, is a local business owned community. They do not get big cruise ships in here—only smaller ones. ...

    Alaska Cruise - Day Nine

    A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip on Jun 23, 2013

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    Steamed into Petersburg (Island of Mitkof), a prosperous fishing town, named 'Little Norway', given the influence of the Norwegian Peter Buschmann who at the turn of the century eyed three nearby glaciers and decided it was a good spot for a salmon cannery able to make use of glacier ice for cold storage before transporting fish.

    Robustly built marina / jetties able to cope with the huge tidal range – made for tidal range over 25 feet; low tide ...

    Gunkholing on the ferry

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Jun 16, 2013

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    ... 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 ...