Alaska's Lake Lucille Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and move forward. I sadly had no cheerleaders!�� But that did not get in the way from reaching my goals and striving for excellence. I had a few friends who actually tried to encourage me to drop the organizations and skip meetings to go do something that wouldn't not benefit me in the long run. It was tempting at first but I was able to carefully weigh my options and ...
... between James and a very grouchy cab driver, who forgot all his training about good will ambassador: James - are you a native of Alaska? Driver - do I look like an Eskimo?! James - how long have you been in Alaska? Driver - too long. 25 years. It's a hell hole. Highest suicide rate of any state. James (not to be deterred) - where are you from? (the guy has an accent) Wait for it......... Driver - Russia. Have you ever been to ...
I was late getting up with turning the light off so late, which has been the norm throughout this trip with doing this blog. Sheila wanted me to pick a trim to go on the parky she was making for me so I went with her to look at the choices .............she had so many, there were hundreds. She selected some she thought would go with the material she'd used for the jacket & we settled on one of those. I asked her if she could put an emblem or something on the outside of the ...
... government operated a boarding school for native children near the village before WWII.
I headed into the city allowing myself plenty of time to find Budget Rental Cars as I didn't actually know how to get there. As it was I found it without much of a problem.
It was a nippy morning so I changed into trou before catching a bus into the city & walked down to Elderberry Park to see the Captain Cook statue only I couldn't find it in the ...
... babies were super soft. Some of them were still clingy to mom, and others were brave and open to us petting them. The farm was also home to a bison named Dolly and a bull moose. Both had been bottle fed and raised by hand on the farm since they were babies.
The next stop we made was to the Musk Ox farm. The Alaskans called the musk ox 'oomingmak' aka 'the bearded one'...but what are they? They ...