A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... crossing to Dawson City, Yukon. Another rough road that we wouldn't want to drive with the camper, but highly recommended by many for the views. Perfect for Doc.
The Taylor Hwy runs off of the Alaskan Hwy east of Tok and leads to Chicken and the Top of the World Hwy. The Taylor Hwy offered spectacular views, a great pullout campsite and hiking and raspberry and blueberry picking all around. Wild open spaces.
All through ...
... wanted this to be a great trip for him to fulfill his dream. Sheep were open in unit 11, but very hard to get to. Moose had a slim chance in 12. We opted for grizzly bear. The plan now was to make the trip back to First Cabin, spend a week, and get a bear. Grizzlies were everywhere out there as it was prime griz country, and my dad was all for the adventurous ride. (He had no idea what he was gettting hinself into). But the plan was settled. I called out of work that ...
... Three or four wheelers have been through here!" "What?! Someone else is trying to steal our line!" his dad joined in. It is important to note that someone, at some point, had indeed used the trail about 5 years ago, and stole thosands of dollars worth of traps. All the traps between the back of the Hump and the Flats were gone. It is understandable that the two would be so very angry to see that someone else, very recently, was using their line. The sabotage began: we began pulling ...
The drive from Anchorage to Tok is breathtaking. The road follows the Matanuska River which is surrounded on both sides by snow capped mountains.
We arrived back in Tok where we savored our scotch and had another great meal in the middle of nowhere.
... br> We arrived in Whitehorse and felt immediately swept up by civilization, having been apart from it for a good while. It was more "city" than we had experienced for quite some time. So what's the first thing to do? Visit Walmart! Well, we needed a few supplies and in Canada, prices are at a premium, and we hadn't seen a bargain since we crossed the border. It was time. We did get a few bargains (relatively speaking) on things we needed so that was good. ...