Alaska House of Jade Bed and Breakfast
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This morning we wake up to............more rain! It is starting to get a bit depressing. Still, we need to get on with it, so we drive to Exit Glacier. This is one of the few glaciers in Alaska that can be approached by car and on foot. The rivers have all burst their banks because of the unusual amount of rain and there is a risk that the path up to the glacier will be washed out. We are in luck! The path, although like a small stream, is still passable and we have ...
... a couple of seasons fishing. He found the tourist industry a lot easier than fishing, although he missed the excitement a bit.
It is a hell of a long way to Great Alaska Holidays, and he has to call the office to make sure we are on the right track, but he was right with his first guess, and we make it OK. We can’t speak too highly of the Bent Prop Inn. It was a bit unusual in the fact that there were a number of locals living there as well, and most seemed ...
We turned Minnie in this morning and left for the Anchorage Airport! Checked in for our 4:00 PM flight at 10:: AM!!! So here we are plugged in and doing those things you do when having a long wait for a flight.
No photos today and I will probably have some final thoughts in a few days. For now, it is looking at a flight to Seattle, 3 hr layover, flight to Atlanta, 2 hour layover and then on to Tampa. Somehow the trip home will not be as much fun as getting up here was!!
... into our rooms. Two rooms with a double bed in each, located towards the back through a wooded drive. Ate dinner at resort restaurant...good but oh, so expensive!!! Wandered through gift shop and called it a night...early morning tomorrow. Sunday we were up at 5:45. Breakfast at Sourdough Cafe ( not great and very expensive). Bus picked us up at 7 AM. A school-like bus was our transportation. Not greatly comfortable. Weather was raining ...
... Even though it's the tourist season the city streets & coffee shops (of which there are masses) are by no means packed.
I eventually got to Laura Wrights Parkys to meet a friend of Tanya's at 3pm ie several hours after I had intended. Sheila's grandmother was Laura Wright & she started sewing parkas in 1947 & Sheila bought the business in 1985. They have made parkys for many famous people over the years such as: Elvis Presley, Burl Ives and Willie ...