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 …
... has been instrumental in helping the mushers from the Willow area that lost their homes due to the wildfire. He is currently housing all of Dee Dee Jonrowe's sled dogs as she lost her home and kennel.
After watching a video of the run from Willow to Nome from the Iditarod, we watched Rohn, Martin's son, run the dogs with a 4-wheeler, which is how they work the dogs in the summer. Then we walked to the Iditarod check point ...
... see it attempt to stand for the first time. Palmer also reminded us to sing "It's a small world after all." We met so many people with ties to Louisiana and everyone wanted to tell us so. They were super friendly. All-in-all a great start to our Alaskan adventure. From here we pick up Val and it's off to the great outdoors. Fun Fact: Hello! 22 hours of functional light! Travel Tip: be prepared to review your travel tips. Trivia: What is the difference between reindeer and ...
... the truth is I was really at the Fair for the vegetables.
Alaska with its long summer days has perfected the art of growing enormous vegetables and the state fair is the place to exhibit them. Pushing forward through the crowd, I spied cabbages 1 m in diameter, zucchinis to make a girl’s eyes water, award-winning grotesque multi-stemmed carrots and eggplants the size of watermelons. But it is the pumpkins that draw the crowds. Last year ...
... previous one was not big enough. Eddie took me through to the front where 2 customers were selecting products. I took a photo without thinking then told a customer I had done so but could delete it if she wanted, she was ok about it. There were 2 ladies at the front desk checking names & so on as people can only come once a month for food parcels. Eddie introduced me to all the staff & volunteers & I chatted with most about what they do at the Pantry. In addition ...