Coastal Trail Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... spot on our trip. The atmosphere was mellow, the lightning and music was cool and the wine tasting concept was fun. You load a card, and choose from their wide variety of wine selections, put your card in a machine and it dispenses the amount of wine you choose. I was in heaven. They also had a great food selection. We snacked on their cheese plate while we tasted the wine. I also fell in love with their gorgeous stained glass wall with humpback whales ...
... the city as we can today. Our first real excursion isn't until Sunday, so we have some flexibility today and tomorrow. Some options on the list are gold panning around Girdwood, the Alaska wildlife Conservation Center, check out Wasilla, a cool restaurant, watch the bore tide-maybe spot some Beluga whales, Alaska welcome center to hold some husky puppies, and possible hike to flattop mountain. The kids seem pretty excited--and I am so ...
... at the airport prior to calling Thr Great Alaskan Holidays office for the shuttle. I had some yummy salmon chowder. The shuttle came quickly, and we even got to see the RV orientation movie earlier than expected. On the shuttle ride, we met a nice family from New Zealand.
The RV orientation movie kinda scared the **** out of us as they point out everything that could go ...
... ten kilo salmon a day is a lot of fish, unless you are feeding a pack of sled dogs.
Back on the Ric******* Highway, we continued on to Meiers Lake Roadhouse (mile 170) where we could get fresh water. Place looked interesting, but a bit run-down. Felt embarrassed about getting water without buying anything, so bought an enormous hamburger with fries, which we shared. Assume the government gives them something for supplying the water to all the campervans, as they are ...
... and changes - were eroding the time available for subsistence and cultural activities.
Much of the Arctic landscape is near impassable in the warmer months but winter snow and ice 'paves’ swampy muskeg and fast flowing un-crossable rivers into highways and by-ways. Winter is for hauling and working and recreating in otherwise unreachable places and snow mobiles rule.
The appeal of exploring new places was irresistible and for tropical dwellers with ...