A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Tok
Across the Bowl the tussocks stretch as far as the eye can see,
Yet every day I thank the Lord when I'm down on bended knee
For allowing me to call such hell my dear home sweet home,
Such a place, so wild and free, quenches the urge to roam.
The forest's buzz is so intense I cannot hear me think
As the 'squitoes and flies blitz about and suck my blood to drink.
The sweat pours down my brow in the heat ...
Thursday afternoon Josh and I set out for the First Cabin to scout the area for the upcoming moose season. We would prepare the cabin for our stay at the beginning of September and make sure the trail was ready for smooth travels. As it turned out, there was nothing to do along the trail. The hot, dry summer meant that the trail was dry (except for a few places) and the tussocks were still smashed down from so many trips over them the previous year. First Bridge ...
... is 240 miles from our location here on Kluane Lake so an early start is essential. We leave at 0800 hours. That should give us plenty of time to reach Tok and arrive with time to spare to explore the town. We even factored the anticipated delay at the border. At first the drive is good. We drive to Destruction Bay without much difficulty but then the trouble starts.
The road from Destruction Bay is constructed through muskeg, a swamp or bog ...
... 8230; to get the Frisbee… Another task learned and overcome… He is a great dog… He has always had to dip his face/head in the water to grab the Frisbee…
So our hosts tell us that they spend $120 a day on the fuel for the gen set during the summer… but you’ve got a park with 20 units using 20 amps… that’s at least a 500 amp service by the time you consider the water system and the home… They do have ...
... end of a ticket. A trooper was at the store across from the campground. Doug ran up to him and asked if we could take a picture with him. We had to hurry back to the campground to get Mike. The trooper was very nice and posed for a picture. Tomorrow we head to Fairbanks. It's about a 3 hour drive and hopefully a better road. Till next time! ...