A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... cafe store. Chicken has a small, unique post office.
Chicken, with a permanent population of 7, was once a gold mining town and has become a must see stop for travelers going between Dawson City and Tok. The large chicken on the hill, stands next to signs with the names of other cities named after a Chicken.
The nights before and ...
... with their young. Finally arrived in Tok, Alaska at the Sourdough RV Park. Visited the Jack Wade Gold Co. interesting talk on the mining of gold. Dinner at the park, reindeer chili in a sourdough bread bowl. Evening entertainment was tossing leftover sourdough pancakes in a bucket to try and win: you guessed it a free Sourdough pancake ...
... ground squirrels aplenty.. Fireweed (yukon flower) lined the long stretches of dune-like sandy banks along the road. Reached Haines Junction and made our turn south to head for Haines, Alaska. This road was only named a scenic byway in 2009, but it was the favorite of both Shane and myself thus far. Even topping Beartooth Hwy! Spectacular views of glaciated mountains and fertile green valleys - the green running up the mountains, stopping just short of ...
... a large Pump Station 12. We finally got to the turnoff for Copper Valley on the Edgerton Hwy . We passed Liberty Falls and got to Chitina. The railroad ran from Cordova on the coast to Chitina and on to Kennicott Copper about sixty miles further. Copper was only mined from 1910 to 1938 but Chitina remains somewhat of a supply town. We decided to try a little bit of the McCarthy Hwy (gravel) and ...
... to different campgrounds. Very entertaining. Time for bed as Ben and I will be leaving early for Anchorage for repairs.
As I go to bed tonight, I think of my devotion this morning by Greg Laurie and his verse for the day:
When I consider Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars, which You have ordained, what is man that You are mindful of him, and the son of man that You visit him? ...