When Jeff and Rebecca decided to travel to Alaska for their vacation a few years ago, little did they know their entire lives were about to change! Jeff proposed to Rebecca while they were in Juneau and they came back to the Alaska Wolf Lodge later that year to get married. Having fallen in love with this wonderful home and the beauty of Alaska, Rebecca retired from the City of Conyers, Georgia after twenty years of service, where she had served as City Manager. She now works for the great state of Alaska as an Assistant Attorney General. Jeff left his position as Vice President of VC3, a South Carolina based technology company, to fulfill a life long dream of owning a bed and breakfast and showcasing his culinary talents. He is a classically trained chef and has worked as an Executive Chef and a Sous Chef at some of the finest restaurants in Pennsylvania and South Carolina. Both Rebecca and Jeff feel blessed to be living their dream. They look forward to the opportunity to meet you and share the joys of Southeastern Alaska.
Meet your Lodge staff:
Betty-Joe, Lodge Manager and Breakfast Chef
Betty-Joe has been with us for four years and we are lucky to have her. She has nearly 20 years of private catering experience and she loves people! Her recipes are Alaskan and most folks that dine on her breakfast don't eat lunch. She serves breakfast everyday (May 15- Sept. 15) at 8:30 am. Don't worry if your trip plans have you leaving early as a continental is always available for carry-out. Betty-Joe will also often have sweet treats out in the afternoon in the glass room or main kitchen area. She is a wealth of local knowledge and loves to share her Alaskan experience. When available, she is also an excellent massage therapist...
Barb will be your eager Lodgekeeper. She will make your beds everyday and freshen your suites. She keeps us running a tight ship of cleanliness. If you have a moment, be sure to ask her about the great quake. She lived it and has the memory of an elephant. She also loves to share local information and recant our guests of what Alaska was like even before statehood...