Agate Inn, Inc.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are in Anchorage and enjoying a week long stay! We have all done different things and then enjoyed group outings as well. On one of our group outings/hikes Dave took a picture of our group, it is the included picture. The hike was an easy one and had good weather to tease us with. It has been quite a while since we have seen mid 70's sun.
Anchorage is Alaska's largest city ...
... s back roads & Connie drove me around the area a bit a few weeks ago to show me some of the houses, including hers.
The Wasilla Food Pantry was founded in 1989 as a ministry of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Wasilla to meet the need for emergency food for people within the community. In 1992, It became a member of the Valley Christian Conference & organized under the guidance of a board of directors. On March 24, 1994 it became registered as a ...
... graves marked only with crosses, honouring the resting places of the Orthodox non native members of the church.
Eklutna is the last of 8 villages that existed before construction of the Alaska Railroad brought an influx of American colonists around 1915. A railroad siding & station house were built near the village in 1918. Virtually all residents (population is estimated to be about 70) of Eklutna village are either Alaska Native or part Native. ...
August was the month planned for my mom, dad, aunt and uncle to come visit me in Alaska. The first week they would spend exploring Denali. The second week, they would spend with me. Mom didn't make it this trip, however. Two days before, she woke up with a detached retina and had to have surgery. She urged the others to continue with their vacation plans, however. I worked the first week they were up here in Denali. The second week, I met up with them. It was pretty much a ...
... to walk around the pens to feed and pet them -- especially the babies. They obviously knew the routine very well because as we began making our way into their corral, many of them hopped up from the cooling mud to get the pellets we had been given. Naturally we had to put the pellets in our hand to feed them, but they don't have top teeth so they didn't bite us. They were mostly sweet, but very ...