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
Left the camp and crossed the White River, major tributary of the Yukon. Scenery is called Muskeg - half swamp and half ground, with stunted spruce, 6 - 10 feet tall, and aspens. The permafrost below the surface means the ground is frozen from 30 cm down, so roots spread sideways instead of down, grow poorly and are easily blown over in the wind. Miserable rainy day. Saw severely pairs of trumpeter swans on lakes. ...
... gravel surface. Yes, bumpy- but no frost heaves. The first stretch of gravel road is 10 miles long and the speed limit is 30 mph. A passing vehicle throws up enough dust that the roadway disappears for a while. Following another vehicle means falling back a long ways to let the dust settle a bit.
We come across active road construction. We have to wait for a pilot car to lead us through the area. We wait about 15 minutes, the flag lady is relieved ...
... and we end up behind a pilot car for a 10-12 mile section… so we pull up to the stop sign and turn off the engine and the flagger has seen a coyote… and she’s not too sure about that so she pulls a pencil sort of device out of her pocket… it’s got a cartridge on the end… but the cartridge has no projectile except for some black powder that makes a big bang… and at the end of the arc a big flash… and what we’ve just ...
... hitchhiking. Neither of the 3 of us have ever done anything of the sort before and have barely any knowledge about how we would go about doing so. Luckily, we ran into two girls at the visitor centre who, lo and behold, were hitchhiking through Alaska and had some great tips for us on getting around with 'the power of the thumb'!
They told us to smile and be enthusiastic while holding our thumbs out and warned us that if someone offers too much too ...
We headed to Valdez Alaska to take one last look at the ocean before we head on home. The drive we had heard was spectacular, well the reviews are in and Kimmie and I do believe that this was the most continuously beautiful piece of road we have been on this trip. The town is pretty typical, quaint fishing and tourist town. The drive was spectacular, we had great weather, and made plans to ...