Chinook Shores

Address: 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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      Travel Blogs from Ketchikan

      Blog 7 – Do bears shit in the woods?

      A travel blog entry by 50isthenewblack on Sep 18, 2014

      1 comment, 32 photos

      ... but with 3 different groups of people, rain in your face, the bridges bouncing up & down as you walk across (I seemed to be out of step with everyone else so when I went to take a step the bridge was bouncing up!) I hung on to the sides for fear of being flung over the side & becoming bear food.

      But I wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere else today. The area is lush & green & just couldn’t believe how close we were ...


      A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Sep 01, 2014

      2 comments, 39 photos

      Embarkation was interesting if nothing else. After a smooth arrival at the port, bags were taken and into the port we went. We have only sailed from Singapore before so compared to that we thought it was a breeze. We felt like sheep moving up and down the corrals and noticed quite a few Australian passports in the line. Once we had gone through the security check we thought we were heading to the boat ..... But no! Non US or Canadian passengers were ...

      Float plane into wild Alaska!

      A travel blog entry by chrisandjames on Aug 15, 2014

      4 photos

      ... We climbed out of the plane, tottered along the floats, and stepped on to a rocky shore to watch for awhile. Never saw the bear again, or the mama bear, but saw salmon in the water, large jelly fish, and a couple of otters. Then airborne again, until he saw another bear and landed. This time we all saw it, but from a healthy distance. The landings in this float plane were as smooth as driving on Indigo Broom Loop - not a bump. The first time we landed I didn't even ...

      Body home - rest of still in Alaska

      A travel blog entry by martyandbarbara on Jul 22, 2014

      1 comment

      ... the tours raise money to help them in their educational efforts. They have built a traditional village- most of them live in regular houses but they have built one huge clan house. The whole clan would have lived in that house- about 80 people. It is an enormous open space and the "closets" are under the floor - the floor board lift up to reveal compartments and each person would have one to store their personal items. After the bus took us to ...

      Tlingits on the starboard bow...

      A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jul 17, 2014

      9 photos

      For those who have not had an epiphany and follow 'Star Trekking' and or the original Star Trek TV series...
      Follow this link.. wont help you understand the entry title but worth a laugh.. 9asE

      Some explanation... have you not worked out the warped functions of my mind yet??
      The local 'First Nation people of the Ketchikan region are the Tlingits - pronounced Clingit..