June 14, 2016

Ketchikan is most renowned for its fjords, wildlife and colorful totem poles. But the ancestral home of the Tongass Tribe of Tlingit Indians has much more going for it.  Built into steep hills, the city is located on the southwestern shore of Revillagigedo Island, south of Wrangell. An Alaskan fishing vacation for the family deserves special accommodations…

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