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Travel Blogs from Wasilla
... the glacier. Then we retraced our drive from Monday, with a detour to Chitina to see the Copper River (the source of a lot of salmon that ends up on our store shelves). It was nice to see some of the high mountain peaks in the sunshine. Friday we head up to Denali, so we'll see if the weather cooperates to give us a view of "the mountain" some time over the next four ...
... as I searched other areas of Alaska, it seems to be socked in everywhere. The only good news about that is that it should put the bad fire in Soldotna out completely. IF the weather were nice and clear in Talkeetna we would have a great view of Mt McKinley (Denali), but the chances for that are very slim. For those of you who don't know this, our beloved, deceased dog, Denali, was ...
I have just spent the last few days moving, unpacking, and settling in to my beautiful new home in Wasilla. Although only a one bedroom, this two-story, 1150 sq foot spacious house is my perfect home. Hardwood floors and many large windows only add its beauty. The boys love spending time out on the deck, and I just leave the door to the kunichuck open (with the baby gate blocking the stairs from the deck to the ground). ...
... ahead of time that only around 30 percent of the flights were able to see the summit of the mountain, but we had our hopes up. On the way to the airport, we stopped on the side of the road to observe a moose standing maybe twenty feet from the road. We took some great pictures and learned from our driver that he was only about 3 years old based on the size of his rack.
There seems to be quite a controversy over the name of the mountain. The native Athabascan people ...
Sunday, May 27, 2012 was another travel day and we were just as happy to stay in the coach. The weather was rainy and quite awful. We drove from Tok which is one of two entry ports from Canada into Alaska. We debated about what we should do. We talked about driving to Fairbanks, which we have never seen and then on Monday going to Denali for our last couple of days. We decided to go south to Wasilla, the home of Sarah ...
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