Deer Harbor Inn
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Travel Blogs from Deer Harbor
This morning we lowered the dinghy into the water with the davit and took it for a spin around Skull Island. Then we got the harness set up so we can tow it. We left about 11:30 for Deer Harbor. Once anchored, we took the dinghy to the Deer Harbor Marina and checked things out. When we pulled up to the dinghy dock there was a sea otter sunning …
Our fav foods on the trip:
Cheese, cream puff, snickerdoodle (cookie), icecream, lobster, lobster roll, crab, crab cakes, seafood, seafood chowder, New York cheesecake, NY pizza, Limburger cheese, chocolate, pumpkin soda, iceburg beer, Wisconsin Ale, beaver tail, philly cheese steak,
Pets we encountered while staying with friend on the trip:
Where we slept:
... it was also a very low tide so the skipper held the boat there for a few more hours than normal.
The ship pulled out at 8am under a clear blue sky with just a touch of fog hanging over the water and we sailed down the narrow passage - the Wrangell Narrows at a slow speed, twisting this way and that to negotiate the shallow pass which is 21 miles long, less than a 100 metres wide at a number of places, with over 70 navigational aids along it. There was only 20' or so ...
... 25 mins to get there but I'm sure Jen will dispute this and as we walked into the hotel a lovely little porter came to take our bags. Well let me tell you he had buckleys and none now trying to pry those bags out of our hands now and expect a tip as well. We were the ones that had done all the hard work.
The hotel Stamford was very nice and we decided to eat and drink there later when we met up ...
... purpose and symbolism. There were even a few Victorian era characters walking around. It is definitely a recommended thing to do. It is beautiful in its detail and even the government seating looked nice.
It was 5pm so time to head back to the hotel and check in. We lazed around the hotel to relax and Steffie and I went out to Chinatown for dinner which was only 2 blocks away. It was so nice to have a proper Chinese meal again after missing ...