Agate Inn, Inc.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the breeding stock… they grow to about 900 lbs for a big male… and can live 15 years… this program has been so successful that they have 4-5 interns from Ag Colleges across the US during the summer who intern here to learn and help with the process…
Next stop Valdez... See you there!
Jim & Connie and Rowdy too!
... Ticket a few years ago… She went from a local Mayor, to Governor and then to the VP slot on the ticket… of course we didn’t see her or member(s) of her family…
We’re packing up tomorrow and moving down the Kenai… Anchorage, Ninilchik and finally on to Homer…
Jim & Connie and Rowdy ...
... cars were stopped. This time it was seven Dall Sheep, with some young ones amongst them.
Once we got to Anchorage we stopped off at Susitna Place B & B to collect my netbook and cardigan. We filled up with petrol where we also bought chicken caesar salad and a piece of carrot and banana cake to have for lunch later.
We stopped at Thunderbird Falls where we needed to pay $5 for parking. It is a state park so the U.S. National Parks pass doesn't work. It was a ...
... smarter route rather than accepting failure. The organizations that I joined freshmen year through senior year have helped me post graduation. They have immensely helped me in college and selecting a career. They have molded future fir achievement and success rather than failure. When senior year rolled around the corner and many people in my community and even friends heard and read about ...
... connects to the truck battery via the connector at the truck bumper so that while we are driving down the road, the camper battery is being charged. We always have power that way. That being said, we really don't need power for much. The main thing we use regularly is a small fan that we run all night long for white noise every night, and of course sometimes for cooling, too. We have lights we use occasionally, but we are usually in bed early (and on this trip it never gets dark!) so ...