Alaskan European Bed & Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... a few of the photos I took;
1) Formal Meeting at the Guayaquil Rotary Club
The Guayaquil Rotary Club meet the same day and time as the Anchorage Midtown Rotary (Wednesday at 9:00 pm Guayaquil Time which is 6:00 pm Alaska Time). So at the time I was meeting across the continent, you guys were meeting too...cool or what!
Guayaquil has a population of about 3.5 million ...
... the Ulu Factory, the rail road station, watched a documentary on the northern lights, the earthquake of 1964 and made a stop at the Snow Goose restaurant and Sleeping Lady Brewery. This last day was even nice enough to sit outside! It was fantastic. After that we made sure we had enough time to pack and head to the airport; and even had time to drink a little Silver Gulch Brewery beer while we waited for our flight.
I have had my fun, ...
We woke up again to a moose except this one was a giant bull moose, it was the biggest moose I have ever seen. We did not leave the house until 12 o clock where we went to an open air market. The market was huge and full of exotic knick knacks and food only found in Alaska. We bought some halibut and fire starters made from caribou and deer bone. We also bought some t-shirts from the market. ...
The lake is surrounded by pine forest with mountains behind it, nothing special, really, but it did have a pair of arctic terns occupying the boat ramp and making threatening noises when Murray approached for a photo. It looked like they had made a bad choice for a nesting site, so we left them alone, checked out the boating registration hut, and a notice restricting anglers to one king salmon per day, instead of the usual four, because of low fish ...
... and changes - were eroding the time available for subsistence and cultural activities.
Much of the Arctic landscape is near impassable in the warmer months but winter snow and ice 'paves’ swampy muskeg and fast flowing un-crossable rivers into highways and by-ways. Winter is for hauling and working and recreating in otherwise unreachable places and snow mobiles rule.
The appeal of exploring new places was irresistible and for tropical dwellers with ...