The Mangy Moose Bed & Breakfast
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... from this mine. There were a lot of building to tour but the weather was so cold and rainy that we chose to move on. We started over Hatcher Pass. The road was gravel but in most places it was well maintained. We just took it real slow. The scenery was spectacular! We stopped many times for pictures. Once we got to the pass which was at 3880 ft it started sleeting. There were several other older mines we passed along the way. Many people were out harvesting ...
... on a clear day you can see Denali as well.
Hans drove us back to the hotel past where he duck hunts, past the bike/x-country path that leads downtown and via the largest water airport in the US. It was cool to see all the pontoon planes parked in their slips like boats.
Exhausted, the kids punished us for keeping them up so late by having ridiculous fights with each other over ...
... and me, before I could even read the hotel names advertised on it fast enough to flag it down! I waited a while longer and then irritably hustled back into the terminal to ask the nearest employee where a payphone was since my shuttle wasn’t showing up and I didn’t have any cell service. She called the hotel for me and got the shuttle to pick me and 3 others up with just a 10 minute wait…why didn’t I do this an hour earlier?!
... science program and in the Barrow Area Research Consortium community science seminar series. I enjoyed local foods including seal oil at the home of Ida and Nate Olemaun and learnt from Nate, a former mayor and whaling captain, about the skills and patience required to hunt whales - and the dangers posed by thinning sea ice caused by climate change. I also met with staff from the North Slope Borough Wildlife Management Department, an ...
... deleted after we read more about them: Juneau. The **********e to drop was Glacier Bay National Park. It was our trade-off for Denali. We originally planned to travel mostly on the Alaska ferry system. We loved what we did on it, but we replaced it with cars, fast catamarans, and a bush plane when taking the ferry meant midnight arrivals and 5 AM leavings. Four people in a car, even a big comfortable SUV, can be more economical than four expensive scenic ...