All Seasons Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... set up to shoot for the night. We were gearing up as fast as we could to get out there prior to increased activity. I can't help but think that it could be out and gone in 5 minutes, although that has not really been the case during our trips. We've been lucky enough to get some time to view and photograph.
We weren't far from our spot for the night so we got out there and got set up. There were a ...
... 600 people.
We really didn't know what to expect from the excursion. As the boat traveled down the Chena River, the boat stopped and the announcer talked about how float planes are an important part of Alaska's interior. A pilot demonstrated landing and takeoff next to the boat on the river. The announcer asked the pilot some scripted questions and his answers were broadcast over the boat's PA system.
... snow! Just fantastic and Julia was lucky enough to get the front seat for her first chopper experience.
Our next fantastic excursion was to an Alaskan Husky dog kennel (Lynn, you would have loved it) where the owners care for 65 dogs - absolute bedlam at one stage when they're getting the dogs ready to put them on the sled for practice runs. We (yes Lyal) nursed 6 week old puppies which of course are so cute. These ...
... there. We lunched by the Salcha River, then stopped by the visitor center in North Pole with an elaborately detailed visit with center employee and then a tour of log cabins. ;) On to Fairbanks to the Morris Thompson visitor’s center, a very nice place with all sorts of information on everything Alaska. We tried to book an Artic circle tour by plane but could not wait until ...
... designing all of the flower arrangements in peonies. Because of the permafrost, black spruce grow very slowly with tightly packed growth rings, extremely dense wood, and a stunted anemic appearance.
Next we hunted for the Large Animal Research facility to do some musk oxen viewing but it was closed on Sundays...on to the North Pole to check out ole' Santa. The Santa House was definitely designed as a tourist trap for people with kids. It was still ...