Holiday travelers share stories of volcanoes, raw turkeys and waylaid relatives
December 16, 2021
As the holiday season is upon us, people who leave town or receive visitors are hoping for an easy, breezy ride. No overheads or ferry breakdowns.
But it doesn’t always go that way.
Residents were happy to share their holiday travel stories, from heartwarming to humorous.
Brittani Robbins, executive director
of the Wrangell Chamber of Commerce
In 2013, her grandmother Marian Robbins, in her 70s at the time, came to visit for Christmas from Tacoma, Washington. There had been a blizzard the day before and she overheaded Wrangell to Ketchikan. Josie Olsen, who works at Stikine Drug, was...
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