Posts tagged: Skagway

Skagway Summer

By , May 18, 2019

The small gold rush-era town of Skagway lies a mere 16 miles north of Haines. One would think that we, as Hainesites, would visit there often, but we don’t. Now, early on, indications are that we might change that. This could be our Skagway Summer.

Woody and the Princess

Uncle Nels “Woody” Woodland poses in front of the megaship, Royal Princess in Skagway, Alaska (Photo: Gail Woodland).

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Writing Retreat

By , May 25, 2016

Oh, the irony!

I leave this afternoon to attend a 4-day writing symposium—a writer’s retreat, if you will—in Skagway, just north of Haines. While I’m taking my computer along, I do not plan to update this blog until after I return Sunday.

That’s right, while I’m off writing, I will be off writing the blog.

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