Anschen Log House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... made other arrangements. Not the sharpest operators, Regal Air. The interesting thing is how easy will it be to get our money refunded? At least Tracy is in the loop and she is a terrier. Anyway, the bear viewing was fabulous, we saw at least 25 different bears, including a couple of sets of triplets. Very cool. There were eight of us on a pontoon boat standing just ...
... resumed travel and stopped again to view a dog sled demonstration. Here we heard about Susan Butcher who won the 1000 plus mile Iditarod 4 times and got to see a demo with her enthusiastic dogs.
The boat continued down the river to the model Athabascan village where we got off of the boat and learned about the evolution of the tribe that has inhabited Alaska for thousands of years.
We returned ...
... love their dogs and care for them so well - no fleas, ticks or heart worm here, so I guess the cold has some advantages for breeders. So training the dogs for the Iditarod is the aim. If you're like me and didn't know what the Iditarod is, then you'll have to "google it up"! Eh Bob?
We walked for a few hours with a ranger through part of this magnificent National Park and then Julz and Lyal went white water rafting. ...
... at River’s Edge campground, some of us in actual campsites! Went to Fred Meyer and found that they do have nearly everything and are Shopkos! Walked around Pioneer Park and Gold Rush Town which is historical buildings and the riverboat Nenana free to the public. Gold Rush Days BBQ contest too. Supper at Pike’s Landing on the River.
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... at two little boys, "so what do you want for Christmas?". I'm not sure but I think one of them may have wet this breeches.
Lunch was at the North Pole Mexican restaurant. It was far from any Mexican that I had ever had before but, hey, we are in Alaska. We just beat dark clouds back to camp. I got together another batch of postcards written and addressed for the kids and hit the hay early because our drive/fly to the Arctic is scheduled for 5 a.m.