Alaska's Lake Lucille Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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9 hours on planes with stops in Phoenix, Portland and finally Anchorage. 14 hours of travel from our house to the Holiday Inn in Anchorage. Great, easy flights. On the approach into Portland, the pilot pointed out Mt hood, and tilted the wings a little for a clear view. We could see another peak in the very far distance, ?maybe Mt Ranier? We dropped things off in our room, then took a cab to downtown Anchorage for supper. Here's ...
... sled. In 1925 part of the Iditarod Trail became a life saving highway for epidemic-stricken Nome. Diphtheria threatened & serum needed to be taken in & was done so by dog mushers & their faithful dogs.
The Iditarod has been called The Last Great Race on Earth. Someone said "You can’t compare it to any other competitive event in the world! A race over the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer. She throws jagged mountain ...
... people there & there was a great view of Knik Arm. A council man came along & looked over the railings to see if there were any homeless staying down below, I commented that it surely would be too wet for them & he said I would be surprised. I spoke with him for a while asking about benefits & what could the homeless & 'down on their luck' people do. He said that there are a fair number of job vacancies but many people don't want them, in ...
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