Coastal Trail Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I would.
Anne sets beside me, reading a random novel she found the night before at her grandpa Gil's house. She, well rested, is happy and ready to take on the day. I, grumbling on digital paper and wishing I could for once sleep on an airplane.
Ding! 'We are at our cruising altitude of 32,000 feet, this your captain speaking. Thank you for choosing Alaska..."
I rub my eyes. I must have dosed off. ...
... of souvenir plaques saying things like "Keep calm and keep concealed". - fur coats for all the family are readily available. Or maybe you can just buy a whole bear skin (complete with paws) - John Wyland painted a mural here in 1994 (I have one of his paintings at home) - there is an excellent brewpub in the centre We have a really enjoyable if weird afternoon and there is no doubt we are far from home. I am looking forward to seeing what the rest of Alaska ...
... and I went for a walk around their neighborhood. While walking we heard a chuffing sound in the woods. A moment later we met another woman who said their was a big bull moose hanging around - we decided to turn around. Bill and Charlyne planned a cook out and invited a few good friends. One couple brought their two boys, who happen to be the same ages as Quinn and Cole. Small, small world - they spend ...
... in for a warmer night with more clothes on, and the heater fired up occasionally in the night.
Tuesday 10th June Denali National Park to Tangle Lakes Campground
We set the alarm for 10am (just in case we oversleep) for an 11am checkout, but Murray is up early, and we have an encounter with the village moose and twins passing right by our van, with tourists nearby snapping them, and a park employee in an SUV standing by. We are tubbed, broomed, breakfasted ...
... Pacific crossing. Our plan for the following days also started to unfold. We decided to drive out to Seward the following morning in order to see a glacier and do some kayaking. Johannes also decided on a seaplane flight to do some bear at hinge on the day after we were to get back from Seward. This would all work perfectly as long as we could get Maggie squared away. Fortunately, it turned out we parked right next to Pratt Aviation and they came recommended to us ...