This tiny village on the Cleveland Peninsula northwest of Ketchikan edges Clarence Strait. Only about ten or twenty people live here year-round. Transportation is by foot or boat--there are no cars here.
At the top of the Meyers Chuck dock, follow one of the two paths there to many pleasant little surprises, including an art gallery. Left: one of Meyers Chuck's "main streets."
The Meyers Chuck grocery store has fallen on hard times and is now abandoned.
Below: a shy young resident of Meyers Chuck peers through the doorway of one of the homes in the little town.
A plant known as false lily of the valley is one of many lush green botanical specimens in this temperate rainforest environment.
Completely encircled by land, Meyers Chuck provides a safe haven from storms.
At every corner, handmade paths and steps beckon the visitor.
A pampered cat begs to be petted.