Ann's Gavan Hill Bed & Breakfast
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... Then I went to the cafeteria for a quick breakfast which was one level up, and once I was finished with that, I wandered around and God led me to the observation deck because one of the crew was about to start giving a talk about the surroundings. All in perfect timing. The crew member (Ron) said that they used to have a forest service naturalist on board to tell people about the area, but that they had shut the program ...
... their own enclosure. The owls wisely perched under umbrellas provided for them. It was so peaceful smelling the wet forest smells and listening to sound raindrops interrupted only the occasional bird call.
I asked the handler holding Kily, a Harlan’s red-tailed hawk, if the birds are threatened if you look them in the eye. Kily was so beautiful, I just wanted to stare at her. ...
... her teething hunger strike): we had a soupy Turku pot pie with puff pastry... So good and perfect for the rain. Stuart, who coordinates our fishing activies, brought his wife and 9 month old son to the island we we had some lounging in the lodge with the babies. Lucy took a good long nap before we rejoined the others hanging out in the lodge. Several people fished right off the dock. The other ...
... of work our efforts yielded three tiny gold flakes. When asked if you could make money panning for gold the father said yes as long as you were willing to accept a five dollar an hour wage given that it would take roughly 300 hours to pan an ounce of gold.
After ceasing our mining operation we walked back through the beautiful valley amid rushing waterfalls and thanked our lucky stars to have a washer dryer in our apartment!
deal. And now with the oil and natural
gas… The Castle site was also the first
place in Alaska where the new American flag with 49 stars on it was raised
after Alaska became our 49th state.
Wanting to preserve as much of the Native culture as
possible, a Presbyterian missionary by the name of Sheldon Jackson traveled throughout
Alaska gathering ...