Alaska Garden Gate B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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The Musk Ox Farm of Palmer, Alaska, is a non-profit working farm, dedicated to the preservation and domestication of the Ice Age animal. The Musk Ox are docile creatures, and they love people and attention!
The cows get to be around 600 pounds, and the bulls get to be around 800. In the pictures, you will see one bull chasing the other. The reason is that they are in ...
... brake check by applying the only the trailer brakes. UH OH! Not trailer brakes! This should be easy. I check the cord connecting the trailer to the truck. It's good. I get out the voltmeter. No electricity is reaching the pigtail. The problem is in the truck. ****!
I check the two fuses that are in the electric trailer brake circuit. They test good. I call a ...
... set to have hot showers and do dishes…
When we returned to Palmer AK we started to test and diagnosis the water heater… in testing we found that the control module wouldn’t supply power to the 12 DC solenoids to turn on the gas… and we had to chase down the module… we also found that the coils on the gas valve were out ...
... the Musk Ox Farm. The farm is 75 acres and has over a hundred indigenous Musk Ox. The farm began in 1954 as an attempt to domesticate the Musk Ox in order to utilize the soft under-wool, a fiber called quviut that is spun into yarn and used by Alaskan Natives to create incredibly soft and water resistant blankets, scarves, hats and sweaters.
The barn houses a small exhibit on the vision of domesticating Musk Ox and the process of collecting the quviut. ...
... occurred in 1934 History tells us of the Great Depression began on October 29, 1929, when the US stock market crashed. When Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected president in 1932, a million farm families were on relief aid and 13 million people were out of work. Part of FDR’s Neal Deal was an effort to relocate destitute Midwestern farmers onto more profitable lands. In 1934, Alaska’s Matanuska Valley was selected as one of the areas ...