Ruth Ann's Hotel

Main Street, Craig, Alaska, 99921, United States | Hotel

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Day 6, Ketchikan Alaska, Saturday July 5, 2014

A travel blog entry by storyquilter


... stateroom It was raining and dreary when we pulled into Ketchikan about 11 am on Saturday. It was shopping day for me. Dennis asked me to pick up another wooden box of salmon so I was a woman on a mission. Additionally we had been given some coupon books and you know me and bargains. So I was off. Hit the Christmas Store (stop groaning Emily!) saw a Matruska (or 10) that I really liked, but I had no intention of buying one and ...

Happy Birthday, USA!

A travel blog entry by tmullinax


... Alaska, the fireworks start at 11:00 pm because it isn't dark until then. We stood out on the street in front of the house where we had a clear view of the barge where they were shooting off the fireworks. It was a great show!

This town has a strong sense of community. It's like Cheers; everyone knows your name.
I'm looking forward to the ferry trip ...

Mom's Day in Thorne Bay

A travel blog entry by tricab


Sunday, May 12 . . . Mom’s Day in Thorne Bay 5540.92’ N, 13231.44’ W

Engaged a couple on the dock, and admired their wonderful sailboat. They had just spent their first winter here, after moving up from San Juan’s area of Washington. It seems that the winter weather here was no more harsh than they have known ...

A day of totems

A travel blog entry by tricab


Friday, May 9 . . . . Kasaan Inlet, Karta Bay 5534.35’N 13233.68 W
Left the big city lights and two more cruise ships behind us and made smooth passage northwest, for less than 4 hours, arriving at the native village of Kasaan. We walked a 3 km.loop to a Haida longhouse, enjoying exclusive access to the three young native carvers who were doing some restoration work. One of them elaborated on the local history of the settlement and ...

Alaska Cruise - Day Eleven

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip


... foundation poles of such a clan house to make it into a living thing….). Stormy ‘s line was Eagle – Beaver – Frog and he explained a series of totem poles around the Clan house. Stormy was stoically diplomatic in his representation of history, in spite of his obvious emotion and personal opinions, including his acknowledgment of the value of two particularly important Haida totem poles being housed in a regional museum in Ketchikan ...


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