Inside Passage to Alaska, 2007

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        The waterfront at Petersburg, easier to see than Ketchikan. Cruise ships can't get through the Wrangell Narrows so they bypass this small (pop: 3,100) fishing community with its strong Norwegian heritage. The ferry only stopped here for 45 minutes, so we didn't go ashore.

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