Alaska Garden Gate B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My dad woke the boys and I up at 7 in the morning because we would be going ATVing. We had to drive all the way to Palmer where we would meet up with our tour guide. The ride to the trail was smooth but we were not aloud to go faster than 20 mph. There were frequent stops that revealed us to the beauty of the Knik river. The trail that we went on was an ATV only trail that was windy ...
... New York. From there they were shipped by rail to Seattle. They then traveled by boat to Seward Alaska and by train to Fairbanks. They were very valuable in the early days for their thick fur called Qivuit, they are combed for this even today for yarn. Dinner tonight was prepared by our staff, burgers, reindeer sausage and all the fixings, ...
... from rolling grassy hillsides, to creek crossings, to switchbacks up mountain slopes, to steep and challenging bouldering sections. Cannot convey the views and the colors! The greenest greens, the bright blue of the sky, the ice blue of the ice, and the stunning turquoise of the lakes. The wildflowers were also spectacular but they never show up well in pictures. After the hike we were pretty beat and so we climbed on ...
... was fighting WWII and War Production Board designated gold mining as nonessential to the war effort. In 1943, the mine was ordered to close. The war band was stopped in 1946, but the mine never recovered. Some of the buildings are still standing, the bunkhouses for the men, the mess hall, some family quarters and offices. The scenery to and from the mine on Hatcher Pass was worth the ...
... br> We piled into the monster van(we sat in the last row), for a bumpy ride to the river. Before leaving the property, one of out 2 guides spotted a mother moose and baby who had been living on Tom's property. Tom drove over for a closer, but not too close look. Mom was a bit skittish but we got to see them and I have a picture, I think. We crossed water several times. Sarah thought it was very fun as did I, but I wished the boats were closer. We split into ...