Chinook Shores

119 Potter Road, Ketchikan, Alaska, 99901, United States | Villa
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This villa, located on 119 Potter Road, Ketchikan, is near Totem Bight State Park and Guard Island Lighthouse.
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    Day 19 Ketchikan Day 20 at sea 1-2 September

    A travel blog entry by bellandken on Sep 01, 2014

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    We sailed down from the Inside Passage and berthed at Ketchikan this morning at 10am. Our tour for today from 11am was City highlights,Totems and Creek Street by trolley which lasted an hour and a quarter and was just ok. When the tour ended Bell and I walked the town ,stopped off at a few shops but did not contribute much to their economy. We took a ride up the mountain on ...

    Day 4 of the Professional Vacation (Part 1)

    A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Aug 21, 2014

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    "Welcome to KETCHIKAN" said the carved out watermelon the next day. This was more of a work day than the others. We had another employee training at 8:45am where we sat through few slideshows, videos, and presentations about safety and the company and expectations. It was a good review because we learned most of that information our first day but even after a few days on the ship it really clicked more for me.
    Then at 2:00 we had another orientation ...


    A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... and tenders use to unload their crews who would drink and carouse at Dolly Arthur's and other brothels along the boardwalk at Creek Street. It was known as the only place in Alaska where the fish and the fishermen both came to spawn! Now, the area is a prominent tourist area and really worth seeing because of it's unique location. It was a fun stroll and a good opportunity to view the salmon making their journey upstream.

    By the time we started our ...

    Ketch Me If You Kan

    A travel blog entry by kirstenelise on Jul 23, 2014

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    ... so sad at the end, minus the Frenchman. And the beautiful friendship part. I thought I’d relax, since most people were heading out for excursions at 7. I had time - nothing but.

    At 9 or so, I sauntered off the ship to the port of Ketchikan. This town is known for 1) salmon, 2) prostitution, 3) misty fjords. If you ask the cruise line, it’s known for 1) precious gems and 2) seaplane rides, 3) OMG the shopping! There were two ...

    Tlingits on the starboard bow...

    A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... carving hall...
    Another disappointment... Nobody doing any carving...
    When asked about the meaning of the 1/2 finished Totems on display.. "Oh those are for Casinos in Vegas"...
    We get about $3,000 per foot for them.. Do you use traditional colours? No all paint comes from Home Depot...

    I hope this is not a true indicator of what is happening to the culture of the Tlingit people but just a badly done ...