Georgia walking with her puppy friend Gabby.
After living all over the United States as a military spouse, Georgia and her family moved to the last frontier in 1982. Juneau at that time was still quite remote and we found it a refreshing change from the urban and suburban lifestyles we had been accustomed to.
By the early 1990s, Georgia decided to convert her beautiful contemporary home into a vacation spot where others could enjoy Juneau's finest hospitality while observing wildlife in their natural habitat. Having watched Juneau change face during her 28 years as a resident guest in black bear country, "Grammie Georgia" has entertained guests from every continent in the world with stories about her last frontier adventures.
Because of Georgia's incurable fascination with anthropology, she studied cultural aspects of indigenous people at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks where she earned a masters degree. Although she retired from the University a few years ago, Georgia continues to enjoy memberships in The Archaeological Society of Maryland, the Accohannock Indian Tribe, the Daughters of American Revolution on the East Coast as well as Southeast Alaska's Native Corporations, Goldbelt and Sealaska Native Corporations.
Now that you know a little about Sepel Hallow's owner, she looks forward to hearing about your adventures. Call now to make your reservation..