A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for when an animal gets caught in the traps. The idea is that it will either be so heavy it cannot be moved, or get caught in the thick forest when the trapped animal heads to the safety of the trees. We dismounted the snowmachines and walked the few hundred feet to treeline, following the drag trail. The guys were significantly farther ahead of me, as I had difficulty traversing the ******heads with my injured knee. Suddenly, Greg called to me, "Get the gun!" I instantly knew ...
... was strong, we knew all along, but we still continued to yawn. We sat til sun rose, as the rays peaked their nose in through the window and door. The plywood sides kept us safe all night while we rested bodies so sore. The new styrofoam cushioned our bones and we slept til the weasel snuck through. We arose so refreshed, ate our breakfast and left, ready for the day brand new. Over the tundra's stormy waves we sailed to river bend. Muscles burst and strained with hurt ...
... conditions. I had never seen such a thing before, just studied it once in college. Josh pointed them out; he said they always see them up here but they never knew what they were. After gazing at the strange and unique horizon, we continued on. I would like to give a big shout out to the wolves who recovered my favorite coffee mug! Thank you; I never would have found it! We got to the Flats and started the second half of our trip. About 1/2 mile across, we were ...
... from the guys, but slept okay overall. The next morning, we slept in a little bit and then had bacon and pancakes. I was disappointed Lil Buddy, ur resident weasel, had not shown himself yet, but I put some bacon out for him anyway. With the recent snowfall, it was hard to tell if any of the tracks around the cabin were his. While getting the snowmachines ready for the day's ride, Josh noticed an eerie discovery on the tree outside the cabin: bear hair, nearly ...
... the cabin the following day, but -44 degree temperatures prevented this. If it is -44 at home, you can bet that it was almost -60 on the flats, as they are significantly colder. Due to cold weather, the trip to First Cabin would have to wait til the next week up. We were estatic to have finally made it!! The massive moon rose above the hills over the Flats as the setting sun cast its twilight glow. Things were finally starting to look up for ...