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Shortly after our departure two orange helmeted “Iron Doggers” passed us at warp speed on a training run – we hadn’t seen them coming and barely saw them go. Iron doggers compete in the longest snowmobile race in the world – completing 2000 miles in around 40 hrs and travelling in excess of 80 miles per hour. As it happens one of the Iron Doggers was Todd Palin, husband of the indefatigable Sarah Palin and 4 time winner ...
... hope). I keep running to the back of the gold star observation car where there is an open-air deck so I can take unobstructed pictures. I brought all sorts of things to do (the trip to Anchorage takes 12 hours) but there are so many things to see that I’ve spent most of the first 5 hours popping up and down to take pics (and keeping this journal).
We’re still following the Nenana and it looks much clearer now. It originates in the Nenana Glacier that is ...
... Steve lived here Humpy's was his favorite place. We all had some type of halibut and it was delicious! Next was the Alaska State Trooper Museum. This was Quinn's "absolute had to do pick" for the trip. It was very cool, and the man working there was so nice and informative. He told Quinn a new academy session is starting next week and told him what they look for in recruits. Quinn is now trying to devise a way to meet a Trooper before ...
... night and board our rental cars in the morning heading towards Denali National Park.
There is a good Russian proverb that states, a person plans and then God re-plans. Not that I believe in God, but we were late boarding our plane to Anchorage, actually the plane left 10 minutes earlier than scheduled and we were stuck taking the next flight out, which was at 6pm in the evening. We got to Anchorage at 3am in the morning local ...
... 2013 I walked up to the Captain Cook Hotel and caught the (very informative) guide bus through to Whittier to go on a Glacier Tour. Our very well informed tour guide gave us information from the tides of the inlet (can change by 8-9m), Beluga Whale spotting, history of Anchorage, Winter Recreational activities of Anchorage (including running on the reindeer), the purpose of Whittier as a base during the war due to the mountain and weather resulting ...
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