During my cruise to Alaska, I quickly decided that Skagway was my favorite port call. The town was rustic, charming and beautiful. One of the most famous tours is the
Skagway retains the air of the frontier town of the gold fever Days of ‘98. Then prospectors faced the temptations of 80 saloons, the lure of painted ladies, and the quick
Skagway was the starting point for the thousands who sought their fortunes in the Klondike Gold Rush of the late 1890s. Their efforts and that time are memorialized in the
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I was enthused with the commemoration to George E. Buchanan, a Detroit coal merchant. The words “On to Alaska with Buchanan” was a sincere gesture painted on a canyon wall
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