Alaska's Lake Lucille Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Sunny patches, 53 - 68F
We left at 9 for the drive back through Anchorage. The clouds were still around but during the day the sun shone , especially when it hit the mountains. As we came near the turnoff to the Wildlife Conservation Park before Girdwood we saw the tell tale sign of cars stopped by the road and this time it was a mummy moose …
... of dirt road with some of it very challenging, especially on a 1,000 pound loaded Harley. Started the day looking for some of the large vegetables grown in Palmer. For those knowing Jim, eating vegetables is not high on his list. They had a welcome sign for him at McDonalds at breakfast to ease the pain.
... to be disappointed. Finally at the South Viewpoint the clouds on the top started to move away and first the south peak became visible and finally the higher north peak. Clouds still covered the middle, but we finally got to see a good portion of the mountain.
Also as we drove the highway we crossed over what is called Hurricane Gulch. This deep ravine runs under the highway.
Our big stop for ...
... music, food, lots of beer, but we took the Tram to the top of the mountain. Amazing scenery - Turnagain, 7 glaciers, although could only see 3 or 4 due to clouds, Parasailers. Had a very nice lunch on top, then back down. Decided to take a side trip to Whittier, AK. The only way to get to Whittier is through a one-lane tunnel, which is also shared with trains. Whittier's claim to fame is that because it ...
... I say "the lower 48". Now that I have permanently lived here for 5 years it feels like home and I know I can always fall back to Alaska if I ever needed to. The homey small town feeling will stay with me forever.
Living in Alaska has given me SO many adventurous opportunities. Anywhere you go you will find either a trail to walk/ATV on or a mountain to hike. Taking the adventurous route has been my life motto. (I mean who wants to love ...