Travel Blogs from Petersburg
... and the inlets and bays as the Fraser River outflows into the Pacific, and you have the magnificent setting that is Vancouver's location.
The dreaded US immigration occurs in Vancouver en route to Anchorage, so we faced the queues and worry of whether all was in order the following morning, before boarding the plane north. So it was great to be lifting off from a clear blue skied Vancouver and heading up ...
Arriving the Petersburg airport felt like groundhog day. It was the exact replica of the Wrangell
airport. Same size, same layout, same machines. I almost thought we went back to Wrangell, but it was Petersburg. Petersburg is a bit bigger than Wrangell. It has 2,900
residents, which is 700 more than Wrangell. It is only a 14 minute flight north of Wrangell and is actually easier to come here by boat than ...
... were of a fishing village, but with many permanent houses--a real settlement--along the shore. Supposedly, there are many people who come in and work at the canneries in summertime, thus boosting the population seasonally. There was a woman on board today with her 6-day old baby; we assume, although we did not ask her, that she had gone to Juneau to have the baby at a real hospital. I would doubt ...
... need more bait, she was there, need the net, she was there. No complaints just loving being out on the water with Grandpa and maybe the old curmudgeons. Anyway, great time although we didn't get the King that we wanted.
Thank You Terry and Susan for making Petersburg a memorable experience.
Tomorrow we are off to Sitka, 12 hour trip, will meet David.
... end up with a waterfront space and cookies to boot! This is one night we stay up with the sun, finally realizing that it is midnight and the neighbors would probably appreciate it if we retired for the night. Late morning ferry the next day so we can try to sleep in.
The next morning we return to downtown Petersburg after doing laundry at Frog’s. The visitor center is open and Barb is engaged by the volunteer in a conversation about ...
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