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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 …
... Sunday, June 15 . . . Wrangell
Wayne returns from Alaska cruise on Volendam to find Nish holding back the sea and renewing provisions.
Monday, June 16 . . . Wrangell
George returns from whirlwind trip to Vancouver. We spend another night at the dock and prepare for an early departure on the morrow.
... that the shops don't open until 11 or even 12 on the weekends. I walked via a Army/Navy institute and there was this fabulous marching music pouring out. I stopped to peer in and there were multitudes of kids marching around in a marching formation. It certainly put a spunk in my step as I headed downtown.
I think for sure I will be doing a far bit of reading on this time at sea --- any of these folk on ...
There was a barge collecting materials (sand or gravel or clay) went in at high tide and at low tide excavated for road materials. And then at high tide would go back down the river. The Stikine River delta is what makes Dry Strait "dry".
A friend of Brenda's named John, took us in his jet boat (with Brenda) to Le Conte Bay and Glacier. Because it was low ...
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 ...