Alaskan Frontier Gardens Bed and Breakfast
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... and our room in Anchorage is on the 14 th floor with a great view of the harbour. Am not sure that I want to be that far up given this is an earthquake area. In 1964 there was a 9.2 earthquake lasting over 4 min...one of the worst in history with a tsunami also. Amazingly only 139 people were killed. But there are areas which have not been rebuilt on because of the ...
... takes about 15 minutes to get through.
Side effects of traveling through a narrow mountain passage include intense feelings of suffocation, certainty of imminent death, and profound anxiety. I practiced deep breathing and visualized the glaciers I've been seeing but the anxiety only increased with each passing second. Just as I started shaking, I grabbed my phone and focussed intently on editing some recent pictures. Brilliant! I'm convinced that ...
The past day has been a treat for the palette, it's been such a long time since I've had this variety of cuisine. All my restaurant choices have been spot on, no disappointments yet. From sipping on a flight of sauv blancs, to twirling my skewered strawberry in a smooth cosmo creation; the creative cocktails have been out of this world. All the while we are surrounded by beautiful mountains, and the weather is reminiscent of a warm day at the beach. ...
... June Tangle Lakes Camping to Sheep Mountain Lodge
We have breakfast of raisin bran and banana with milk, and Murray manages a coffee once the 8am curfew on generators is lifted. We drop off our garbage, and just after 9am head out to the main road and drive towards the village of Tangled Lakes, taking photos back at the camp site and across the lake. At mile 114 the gravel ends, and we are finally back on a tarred road.
We are getting pretty casual where ...
... The only evidence left of its Russian heritage is a derelict Russian Orthodox church. The building of a road to Homer and then the 1964 earthquake consigned the town's prosperity to history. Today, the town is reachable only by boat or plane (we traveled to the town by water taxi and then flew back to Homer from the tiny airport in a very tiny air taxi). The town's residents are now mainly people looking for a quiet life away from ...