Alaska's Lake Lucille Bed & Breakfast
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... that everyone would know where I got it from but she said that was 'tacky'!
I was going to stay in all day as I had my mess to sort for leaving tomorrow, plus I was cooking dinner tonight & wanted to catch up on a couple of days of the blog. I also wanted to visit the Food Pantry where Eddie works so Sheila rang Eddie as he would be coming this way for a Chamber of Commerce meeting later & could pick me up but the Pantry would be closed as it serves people ...
... to get the story word for word from her if she was ok about that, she said she was.
Connie dropped me off but didn't stay, she wanted to get home. I was in the shower when Sheila text asking if I was downstairs, when I replied that I was & asked if they were home she stamped her feet a few times so I went up & chatted with them. When I sat on the sofa one of the little dogs came up & lay on my lap, I was trying to edit my photos & she just lay ...
... a large firepit outside that is perfect for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows in the evening....Today I spent the majority of the day running around town, collecting furniture, and hanging curtains and making my house a home :) It is indeed my little piece of paradise, and I am actually thrilled to come home.
And how can I forget my fabulous new truck- a 2003 Dodge Ram complete with all the fancy trimmings lol....
... yet finished erecting the building for the coffee (basically they put a roof on top of a truck, best I can tell). The guides have to build this in between tours. Instead, they sent us to the Long Rifle Inn. This looked like a place you would expect to find in rural Alaska - two dogs greeted you at the door (one with beautiful blue eyes) and the inside had a great wooden bar, a wonderful view of the glacier and an overabundance of dead animals. The good ...
... Bible Camp a few years back. We did stop at the camp where we worked on our last trip to Alaska as we approached Palmer, but many of the people who worked at the camp when we were there have left and those that were still working here were gone off doing things with their families for the holiday weekend. Sunday is a day off at the camp and the people all leave for the day.
Another historical tidbit about ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking