Agate Inn, Inc.
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... 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 mile ...
With our decision made to leave Denali today, of course, the sun would be shining as we left. We did ride the nine miles into the park to check on the mountain's visibility, but it was well covered with clouds. So we started our journey south.
As we traveled the Parks Highway, there are numerous places where it is possible to see Mt. McKinley if the clouds decide to depart. So we pulled into a number of ...
... 85, 85, 85); font-family: clearsans, 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: 22.8571434020996px;">Alaska has recently hit my top 5 list of places to live. To be honest it was definitely not on my list 5 years ago. When I first moved to Alaska it felt like I was on a long term vacation rather than relocating and calling it my home. Like any young adult I felt isolated from the rest of the world, ...
... on layers of clothes to keep warm. We are told it will be colder in Valdez...our next stop. Fair seems smaller than our typical State Fairs. We opted to split
a ruben for lunch with a side of fried mushrooms....yum:} This was highly recommended on the nightly news...it was a good choice.
As we entered the park , we saw kids in large balls ...
We are a little over half way through our Alaska adventure when we stayed at Palmer, outside of Anchorage. During our stay in Palmer, we changed the oil in the truck, cleaned the trailer, did laundry, filled up our propane tank, stocked up at Costco and did two days of sight seeing in Anchorage and Palmer.
Our first sight seeing stop was a visit to the Alaska Aviation Museum ...