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Wrangell is another town on the inside passage of Alaska. It is an island with a little over 2,000 residents. The airport here is really tiny and only has one gate. We were lucky enough to have a college friend show us around, who made our trip 100 times better. We got a lot of the history behind the island that we would not normally have got …
... and just pick one out, as if plucking an apple from a tree.
And then there's the Beast - a bear who takes a salmon, rips it open for the roe, maybe takes a bite, and then drops it and looks for another. The result is a pool in the water of half-dead salmon which is food for the younger bears, who make a dash for the river from time to time, in the hope of grabbing a salmon when the older ones are not looking.
... Church of God, others but no Russian Orthodox). We drove by the petroglyphs which were only recently discovered and have not been completely identified. We drove through practically every street in downtown. Wrangell is almost completely a fishing town. The former timber plant has been hampered by federal regulation and is not as active. It is a pretty town for ...
... were showing off by the shore while we were whale watching. The whales were focused on feeding and didn't show off their fins except their tail flukes and dorsal fins. Some of the times we could hear them blow. It was quiet.
There was a tug in Shoemaker Harbor that was grounded. There is a structure that was able to hold it off of the rocky bottom. The tides were very high and ...
Campground: Shoemaker RV Park, Wrangell, AK
I am including a couple of pictures from last night's fantastic sunset! It was the prettiest one we were able to enjoy during this whole trip. We were finishing dinner and roasting marshmallows when we spotted these views from our table at the campground.
We did laundry this morning, and then spent ...