The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... people in hundreds of tents, RVs and motorhomes of every definition congregate. Yes, they are determined to extract every last cent from your pocket, and prices are steep, but getting up at 7am and sitting on your camp seat on the edge of the bay watching the pink sunrise on the snow peaked mountains is just ridiculously amazing.
And that's just what we did. Got up early and wandered around the shore of the bay in the crisp morning air, before heading to ...
Brent started feeling bad on Thursday and now he has a cold but he is hanging in there!
On Friday we "moved in" to our next stay in Anchorage.
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... is very important, you might be happier on a cruise. I loved our little cabins in Skagway and Healy (disclaimer: I could be happy in a clean barn) and Bob loved our ski resort deluxe king. We had great B&B experiences, and we all loathed Juneau's Driftwood Motel. (TripAdvisor review is coming...and it may be NC-17 rated.) Food in Alaska is expensive. We never had a bad meal or a fast food meal or a chain restaurant meal...or a cheap meal. I never found ...
... when I asked why he had come to Alaska he said that a friend had come here to work & after returning home told him that there was plenty of work on the oil pipeline from Prudhoe Bay & the pay was $40 per hour (35 years ago). The cabbie came but found the pipeline had been completed 3 years previously & therefore no jobs were available. He decided to stay for a while anyway & then his wife refused to leave Alaska.
... Camry I picked up at the airport for a "standard SUV" by Avis' definition. I was rather pleased to overhear someone ahead of us turn down a Nissan Murano for a Chevy Venture; I was quite happy to take the Murano (even though we were offered a Toyota Forerunner.) So we went back t9o Susitna Place, picked up the luggage and the women, and headed down Seward Highway, State Route 1.