Sitka and St Petersburg Alaska
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Travelling from St. Petersburg to Sitka Cruising Alaska on an Alaskan Cruise
As the marine highway winds its way north , it stops
At many small towns along the way. For towns like wrangell,
The ferry is the main link with the outside world.
Locals use it for visits to other towns along the
Route and of course tourists and adventure seekers
Use the ferry to get to jumping off points such as this.
After the wrangell narrows, the bright
And beautiful town of petersburg beams a velkomen --
which means welcome in norwegian. And the people
of this town mean it!
The clear cold water and stately fjords on this extreme
Tip of mitdof island reminded peter buschmann so much
Of his native norway that he settled here.
Other scandanavians joined him and built petersburg --
An alaskan town with a distinctly european flavor.
as in other towns of the inside passage, the people of
Petersburg make their living from the forest and the sea.
the traditional norwegian art of rosemaling
Decorates buildings as it does in norway. Even the painted
Shutters here recall that other much loved place
On waters far away.
On days like this when the clouds part and the
Snow-bright mountains appear, petersburg is a
Place that's hard to leave.
But the marine highway goes on and another beautiful
city with a different history awaits.
Sitka rests at
the foot of spruce covered mountains and overlooks
The blue waters of the sound where a chain of small
wooded islands repeats the endlessly lovely theme
of forests meeting sea.
this desirable setting has made sitka one of history's
Sitka began as a tlingit indian village until the russian
alexander baranoff, the commander of a fur hunting
Party, built a fort here in 1799. The tlingit indians
Rebelled and in a surprise attack destroyed the fort.
baranoff retreated to return with warships and
Decisively defeated the tlinget. This plaque marks the
Site of the battle. Baranof then built a castle on this
Hill but only the cannon remains today.
Sitka soon became a flourishing town. It was here
that the russian flag was lowered in 1867 when the united
States bought all of alaska from russia for the then
Outrageous price of $7.2 million dollars. Sitka became
The capital of the new territory until the early 1900's
when it was moved to Juneau.
Timber, fishing, and government keep sitka thriving -
And tourism is growing. St. Michaels, with it's onion
Dome is one of the finest examples of rural russian architecture.
When this 150 year old church burned down in 1966,
The townspeople saved the doors and priceless icons
And rebuilt the church exactly.
This stately building is the first of five homes the
state of alaska has built for its older citizens. The old
pioneers home honors the original settlers of alaska and the
Statue of the old pioneer was modelled after skagway bill Fonda.
The sheldon jackson museum houses an
excellent collection of antique and modern indian artifacts
And totem poles. In its own way this native art is a forceful
and graphic history of the events that shaped the region.
Nearby, sheldon jackson college operates a salmon
Hatchery which visitors can observe from viewing platforms.
beyond the hatchery, the yacht harbor lies nestled
in a beautiful natural harbor....... One of the reasons
why sitka became the first capital of Alaska.
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Anchorage Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
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#Explore the Flattop Mountain trails which serve up some of the best views in the state. Learn the traditional dances and games of Alaska’s first peoples at the Alaska Native Heritage Centre or stock up on stories and folklore from the Last Frontier at the Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Centre. Hang out at the dock at Seward, a picturesque fishing outpost or set sail to the Kenai Fjords National Park. Marvel as deep-sea giants breach the surface of these still waters. Climb aboard a seaplane or helicopter and soar from Seward out to the Godwin Glacier.
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The Best Places to Visit in Alaska,USA
The Best Places to Visit in Alaska,USA
It's easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer number of locations and activities in Alaska. So if you need help whittling down your bucket list, consider these 10 Alaska experiences you shouldn't miss and will never forget and tell me what Alaskan experience has moved you?
RV'ing Alaska's Inside Passage
The adventure begins on beautiful Vancouver Island in British Columbia with a visit to Telegraph Cove, possibly the best place on Earth to view Orca (killer whales). We continue north to Ketchikan, Alaska's first city on the Inside Passage. Here we explore the spectacular Misty Fjords National Monument by kayak and float plane. We also learn about the art of totem pole carving and watch as they are created. A short side trip by ferry takes us to Prince Of Wales Island, which has more than 2,000 miles of logging roads for exploration. The island is also known for its luxury fishing lodges.
Wrangell calls itself Alaska's Hidden Jewel and is paradise for those seeking outdoor adventure! Many say that if you're looking for the real Alaska, you'll find it here. The Anan Bear Observatory is considered to be one of the best in the state and the only place where black and brown bears feed together. We take an exciting jet boat tour up the Stikine River - the last great un-dammed river on the continent - and visit Telegraph Creek as well as the Grand Canyon of the Stikine.
The ferry becomes part of the adventure as we head north through the Wrangell Narrows - the single most difficult navigational stretch on the Passage. Petersburg is Alaska's Little Norway and Southeast's busiest processing port, home to the area's largest fishing fleet. Sitka was once the Russian capital of Alaska and is one of the most beautiful spots on our route. We explore the town's history and native culture. The Alaska Raptor Center offers a close-up at eagles. A wildlife cruise to St. Lazaria Island lets us observe whales, puffins, sea lions and otters. A snorkeling tour reveals Alaska's underwater world.
Juneau is the state capital. The biggest attraction is Mendenhall Glacier, which we explore with an exciting helicopter tour and glacier trek. Some of the best humpback whale watching is within a short boat ride of town. Incredible glacier calving and towering cliffs can be seen at nearby Tracy Arm. Side trips take us to beautiful Glacier Bay and the quirky little town of Pelican.
Our adventure ends with a tour of historic Skagway and more wilderness adventures in Haines, including a river tour, an air boat ride and panning for gold.
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Jobs In Alaska - Are You Looking For Work
Jobs In Alaska - Are You Looking For Work
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Jobs In Alaska - Are You Looking For Work
Growth in health care and technology. A good number of Alaska's jobs are in the fast-growing health care industry: pharmacy technicians, registered nurses, respiratory therapists and others. Another booming industry is the international air cargo arena, since Anchorage occupies a strategic location in the jobs in alaska world. It's not surprising that jobs in alaska aircraft cargo handling supervisors are listed among the top 25 fastest-growing careers in Alaska. Technology is also experiencing massive growth. Due to the vast size of the state, technology is critical to virtually all facets of life. Alaska is a tech-savvy state that's attracting a growing number of high-tech firms. This, combined with the fact that Alaska has high online usage, is driving jobs in alaska demand Jobs, Employment in Wasilla, AK | Indeed.com indeed.com/l-Wasilla,-AK-jobs.html Jobs available in Wasilla, AK on Indeed.com Moving to Alaska Employment alaska.net/jobs.html. More than oil and fishing. If you think oil and fishing jobs are the only employment opportunities in Alaska, think again. Alaska is the land of opportunity!
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Many tourists visit during the annual appearance of bald eagles in the Alaska Chilkat Bald Eagle Preserve between October and February. During this time Haines has the largest concentration of bald eagle in the world. In May, Haines hold the longest running beer festival, with over 1,500 visitors and breweries from Alaska to Yukon. Haines is the host of the Southeast Alaska State fair, with four days of festivities on the last weekend of July. Vendors, games, rides and music festival bring people from all over Alaska for this event.
Brighton, Michigan to Alaska.wmv
I accompanied my son from Brighton, Michigan to Anchorage, Alaska on his move up there from St. Petersburg, FL to follow his girlfriend in the Air Force. The trip was 4,400 miles and we went around Chicago, through Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, up through Calgery, then through British Columbia, Yukon Providence, then through Alaska to Anchorage. It took 6 days. Then I spent 6 days visiting state parks, hiking Flat Top Mountain, visiting Virgin Falls and Thunder Falls, Aleska, Ulunka Lake, and Moose Ridge on the way to Seward before returning home via airlines.
Traveling and Getting Around Alaska
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The very size of alaska encourages diversity in it's people.
Many communities remain isolated by distance and terrain.
Aireal; iliamna, upik
And it's this same isolation - the empty spaces on the
Alaskan maps, the remote landscapes unreachable by road- gold denali pan
That many visitors to alaska find irresistable.
The major highways cover only a small portion
Of the state, and of these, only a few are open
many towns are accesible only by plane,
Or in the case of some northern coastal towns,
By barge during the summer months.
The airplane plays a major role in all
aspects of modern alaskan life.
owning a small plane is not a luxury reserved for
The wealthy, but a commonplace necessity.
one of three alaskan citizens has a pilots license-
Giving the state more private pilots per capita
Than anywhere in the world.
And instead of a main street, many communities
have an airstrip down the center of town.
It would be difficult for anyone to see very much
of alaska without spending some time in a small plane.
Charter air services are readily available throughout the state.
Fly-in fishing and hunting trips are popular-
And can provide the wilderness experience of a lifetime.
For those who'd rather explore the more beaten path,
The Alaskan railroad offers an equally exciting way
to venture into the wilderness.
the train connects anchorage with fairbanks by way of
denali, or mt. Mckinley national park, and is one of
the most popular ways to see the park. The station
is just a few yards from the denali park hotel,
Which is itself built around old railroad cars.
since passenger cars are no longer allowed into the park,
The train provides a viable alternative for travel to and
from denali. From the hotel, free shuttle busses commute
in and out of the park on a regular basis .
South of anchorage, the alaskan railroad serves the
Stretch along turnagain arm to portage and the fishing
Village of seward.
trains and planes are not the only form of transportation the alaskans use.
Dogsleds, once the most comfortable and fastest way to get around in alaska
Have been replaced by the threewheelers and snowmobile.
but the dog remains an integral part of indian and eskimo
culture. Walking through any native village you
Will see racks of salmon drying in the sun .....
the traditional form of dog food for the dogsled teams.
Dog sled racing is alaskas official state sport,
with major races taking place throughout the winter
And spring seasons. The world's longest dog sled race,
The iditarod, follows the same gruelling thousand mile
Trail that once provided the only overland access across The interior to nome.
Today, those of us more accustomed
To the creature comforts , can see this great land from
the glass dome of a railroad car equipped with a full bar,
or from a luxury cruise ship or the deck of a ferry on
The marine highway.
Port Overview - Sitka, Alaska
Alaska's Russian cultural home set on the open ocean waters of the Pacific, Sitka has a small town feel and is abundant in wildlife!
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Most SECLUDED Towns in the United States
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7 - Jarbrige, Nevada
There are only 2 dirt roads that will lead you into Jarbrige in Nevada, one is 80-miles or 128 kms long and it’s not always open. When it snows, you’re not getting through and that is sadly, most of the year. The best time to plan a visit is Spring, where there is an abundance of wildflowers. The little town has no paved roads, so you need a robust vehicle. The name comes from the Shoshone language and means “devil.” It was believed the hills around the town were haunted. The population in 2016 was a mere 116.
6 - Arthur, Nebraska
When the only church in town is made from baled straw, you’re already learning a lot about that little town. Arthur may be small, but it’s worth a trip off the beaten track. Their tiny courthouse doubles up as a museum and the city is home to 117 residents. Founded in 1913, the town and county derived their names from President Chester A. Arthur. When the little town took off, it was home to a general store, a newspaper, church, one-room high school and bank. Arthur got electricity in 1926, although the rest of the county trailed behind, only getting power in the early 1950s.
5 - Edna Bay, Kosciusko Island
This remote and tiny town is located on Kosciusko Island and boasts a shop, church, marina and a few houses. If you’re keen to get away from it all, this is the place to go. It’s advised to kit yourself out for survival in the wild because the little shop is not that well stocked. There are only 49 people living there and they’re mainly loggers and fishermen. There is a small town nearby called Cape Pole, but there are only 100 people living there, and their set-up is much the same. Before Cape Pole was around, the nearest town was Petersburg, 31-miles or 50 km away, and when conditions were icy, that town may as well have been in another country!
4 - Kalaupapa, Hawaii
This unincorporated community is on Molokai island, the least visited island in Hawaii. The only way in is by sea or mule train and the town hugs the coastline of Kalawao County. Back in the 1800s, this used to be a leper colony and is now home to 122 permanent residents. The area is preserved and known as the Kalaupapa Leprosy Settlement and National Historical Park. The town has one post office, a small church and 2,000 unmarked graves. Sadly, you can’t just pay a visit to this remote area on a whim, you need to be invited by one of the 122 residents or go through a pre-determined tour operator.
3 - Winnett, Montana
This secluded town is in Petroleum County, Montana and is home to 185 people. In 2007, this little town convened its 3rd jury…ever! It has government offices, 2 gas stations, a post office, 2 bar and grills and that’s pretty much it. The nearest medical centre is in Lewistown, and there’s not even a hotel for you to stay in if you’re keen to visit. The town was named after Walter John Winnett, who ran away from his Canadian home to seek adventure in “Indian Country.” He was an excellent shot and was captured and adopted by Sioux Indians and given the name “Eagle Eyes.” He built a ranch in the area which served as a place for dances, weddings, school, funerals and services.
2 - Whittier, Alaska
There’s a 2.6 mile or 4 km tunnel that gives you access into Whittier, Alaska, and it’s only accessible during daylight hours. Less than 200 people have made this chilly town their home, and most of them live in one building – Begich Towers. They receive 55-feet or 16-meters of snow throughout the year, so pack your snow gear! It’s been called, “the town under one roof,” and besides most of the people living in that one building, inside there you will also find their police station, grocery store, a church, clinic and a school! You can visit this secluded spot, because in Begich Towers is also a B and B, plus if you’re snowed in and can’t get home, you can always rent DVDs from the grocery store.
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South America & Antartica
Recorded February 8 through March 7, 2009.
My 28 day vacation through South America and Antarctica.
0:00:24 Atlanta, Georgia - I spend my ten hour layover in Atlanta by admiring the view from the top of the 72-story Westin Peachtree Hotel in downtown and at Stone Mountain.
0:03:11 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil - I spend my 2 days in the city visiting the Christ the Redeemer Statue atop Corcovado Mountain, downtown Rio and Sugarloaf Mountain.
0:12:26 Iguassu Falls - I spend 2 days exploring the world's widest waterfall on both the Brazil and Argentina side.
0:19:23 Buenos Aires, Argentina - I spend my short one night stay in the heart of downtown just steps from the Obelisk and Republic Square. A late night dinner and tango show is followed by a short tour of the city the next morning.
0:23:21 Star Princess - The start of my 16-day voyage around the horn of South America and through the Antarctic Peninsula.
0:25:20 Montevideo, Uruguay - Weather was perfect as I toured this beautiful city on the northern bank of the Río de la Plata.
0:30:04 Southern Atlantic Ocean - Dolphins swimming in the Ocean and the Captain's Gala Welcome Reception were the highlights of this beautiful day at sea.
0:34:03 Southern Atlantic Ocean - The weather turns cooler as we near the Falkland Islands on this second day at sea.
0:35:18 Stanley, Falkland Islands - We were blessed with an uncharacteristically beautiful day of weather during our stay in this self-governing Overseas Territory of the United Kingdom. Our colorful local tour guide was great fun as we toured this very small capital city. Hundreds of Magellanic penguins along the secluded crescent of white sand at Gypsy Cove were a site to behold.
0:44:34 Southern Ocean - We see our first icebergs as we approach the Antarctic Peninsula on this day at sea.
0:45:56 Elephant Island - We were blessed with more great weather on our first day in Antarctica. We rounded Elephant Island, sat in front of the massive Endurance Glacier and circumnavigated Gibbs Island on this day filled with outstanding scenery.
0:52:05 Hope Bay - With glorious sunshine overhead with sailed through Hope Bay and Iceberg Alley. We also got a nice close look at Esperanza Station, the Argentine research base.
0:58:59 Admiralty Bay - Several Polish scientists from the Arctowski Station sailed out to our ship on their rubber zodiacs. A beautiful rainbow crossed the strait as we sailed away from the area.
1:06:20 Neumayer Channel - We dodge icebergs on all sides and stunning scenery abounds as our ship goes as far south as it is legally allowed to travel.
1:25:08 Drake Passage - A very turbulent crossing on this day at sea.
1:30:29 Cape Horn - Weather calms just enough for us to be able to round the notorious Cape Horn at the southern tip of the continent.
1:36:25 Beagle Channel - The sun returns as we sail north between the countries of Chile and Argentina in the scenic Beagle Channel.
1:45:16 Ushuaia, Argentina- Another day of abundant sunshine as we spend the day in Tierra Del Fuego. I take a drive through the Andes Mountains, visit a sled dog kennel and take a wildlife cruise around Lighthouse Les Eclaireurs in the Beagle Channel.
2:11:39 Punta Arenas, Chile - It was a beautiful sunrise in the Strait of Magellan as we approached dolphin filled harbor of Punta Arenas. I spent the morning touring the largest city in Tierra Del Fuego and in the afternoon I ventured out to Otway Sound Penguin Colony.
2:23:19 Chilean Fjords - We didn't have very nice weather as we sailed north up the coast of Chile through the fjords.
2:25:21 Pacific Ocean - Spent the final two days of the cruise enjoying the entertainment on the ship and the Captain's Farewell Party as we sailed north off the coast of Chile toward Valparaiso.
2:44:08 Santiago, Chile - Took a brief tour of the city during our one night stay in the city, the highlight of which was the funicular ride to the top of Cerro San Cristóbal.
2:51:31 Cusco, Peru - Cusco is the historic capital of the Inca Empire and was declared a World Heritage Site in 1983 by UNESCO. We toured this beautiful city and its ruins during our two night stay.
3:07:55 Machu Picchu - It was a long but fun-filled day as we traveled to and from The Lost City of the Incas.
3:26:27 Lima, Peru - On the final day of my trip I visited the main square in downtown Lima.
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The Best Outdoor Adventures: Hidden Gems of Anchorage
Built on a Fjord and surrounded by packs of inlets and lakes, some of Anchorage's the best outdoor adventures are on water. Watch as Peter heads to the beautiful Lake Eklutna for a private kayaking session. Then he takes an eight mile bike ride back on the trail through America's northern most rainforest. Follow along on some of Anchorage's best outdoor adventures.
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알래스카를 제대로 알고 싶어 박물관을 찾았다. 지난 수천 년간 이곳 알래스카는 원주민들의 땅이었다. 알래스카가 서구사회에 알려진 건 불과 270년 전 그 뒤 알래스카를 지배하던 러시아는 크림전쟁 때문에 재정이 어려워져 알래스카를 우리 돈 약 82억 원에 미국에 팔았다. 당시 알래스카 구매를 주도한 수어드 국무장관은 쓸모없는 거대한 얼음 통을 샀다며 국민들의 비난을 받아야만 했다. 하지만 불과 30년 뒤, 수어드의 거대한 얼음 통은 황금을 낳는 땅으로 바뀌었다. 급기야 이곳에서 유전까지 발견되자 알래스카는 그야말로 미국의 보물이 됐다.
[English: Google Translator]
I want to know Alaska well visited museum. It was the last thousands of years, Alaska is the land of the indigenous people. Known cases are sold Alaska to the United States 270 years ago, just after Russia dominated the Alaska Alaska becomes difficult to finance because of the Crimean War in the Western world for our money, about 82 billion won. At the time the Prime Minister, who led the Alaska Purchase sueodeu bought a huge ice bucket was useless he must receive the criticism from the public. But only after 30 years, a huge tub of ice turned into sueodeu that lays the golden land. Doeja finally found this place through genetic Alaska was truly a treasure of the United States.
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■촬영일자 : 2012년 8월(August)
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