Alaskan Frontier Gardens Bed and Breakfast
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Mandatory tourist stuff. Decided on Anchorage Museum. Crummy, rainy day - high barely into the 50's, fairly hard rain. Anchorage Museum is good - some nice exhibits, LOTS of Native artifacts, a detailed history of Anchorage from the 1700's through about 1998. They say they are updating, but nothing recent at all. Lunch at Humpy's Alehouse, right downtown. SLOW service. Good beer selection, huge portions, but took an hour and a half ...
... sausage, and drank Alaskan Amber Ale. With the exception of Red Robin, we ate at non-franchise local restaurants the whole time. Favorites were Moose's Tooth in Anchorage and Double Musky in Girdwood.
We stayed in different lodgings from a rustic cottage right on Seward's Resurrection Bay to a nearly full service backcountry lodge in Denali National Park.
We hiked on all types of terrain and weather conditions: hard gravel trails, up/down mountainsides, on ...
... lake, and saw / heard a pair of trumpeter swans cruising across the lake and landing on the water. We drove south, had a very late lunch / early dinner in Wasilla, and then drove back down the first several miles of the Turnagain Arm to see it in better weather than last week. It has been a terrific trip with great experiences and memories, and ...
... Creek winery for a tasting of their locally grown rhubarb wines and the Salty Dawg, a native dive bar littered with dollar bills from past visitors pinned to the walls, for some local Alaskan beer. While listening to the soccer game and watching the rain pound the pavement outside, we decided it best to abandon our camping spot for the night and head back up north in hopes of drier ground. On our ...
... it less than 1/4 full. This represents a loss of about $40 compared with filling the tank on return, but it may be less than this as the cost of the original fuel was discounted. Either way, it is one thing we don't have to do when returning the van.
We find ourselves stuck on a major highway on our way to return the van, so get off it, but find ourselves lost in one way roads in the suburbs, so get back on the highway. Find ourselves in sight of Great ...