Alaska House of Jade Bed and Breakfast
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... colour. We were met on the beach by Honey Bear who ended up being our guide. After a quick pit stop we 6 from our plane loaded onto one of those party boats and we floated around the lake edges where there were many bears mainly female some with triplets others with twin cubs or just one or alone. The bears don't hang together..sad really because they could have so much fun if they hunted together. The Sock eyed Salmon are coming ...
... it I literally gasped. I only had my cell phone with me so the pics I have aren't great but at least I got a few. I didn't know it would be so breath-taking. Just amazing -the beautiful blue caves in the ice and listening to the ice crack and drip, icebergs that had broken off floating out in the lake around you. Shane hiked out to the glacier while I paddled so we met out there and switched off so we both got ...
... Co was tucked away in an industrial park but offered a second story patio seating with a view of the mountains (because everywhere in Alaska offers a view of the mountains) and served creatively named craft beers. I had the Bavarian Sampler which included Fallen Angel, Monks Mistress, Snowshoe White and one whose name escapes me now. We ordered the earthy, BLT and spicy bruschettas as well as some pretzel bread, a Greek salad and ...
... after spending some time with their family. Many Sales were busy around the pool, selling Jackets Bags, trinkets, they all seemed to be made in China or Indonesia. Have included some photos of the Lido, mostly some of the sweets that were on offer, but the food is exceptional, anything from sandwiches, rolls, fillings of all sorts, then soup, rice, curries, Italian fare, fresh fruit etc. Many ...
... the simple octane-free romance of sled travel and the quiet solitude where I could take in my surroundings and bellow out Christmas carols about 7-dog open sleds. Equally the rustic woodsy, kerosene lamp lighted cabin and the rituals of feeding and harnessing dogs, of melting ice for water and yarning about life in Alaska were essential parts of the quintessential Alaskan wilderness experience.
Snow mobiles are equally part of the Alaskan experience and essential ...