Bald Eagle Ranch Bed and Breakfast

Address: Mile 272 Richardson Highway, Delta Junction, Alaska, 99737, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on Mile 272 Richardson Highway, Delta Junction.
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Travel Blogs from Delta Junction

This time you gave me a mountain

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Aug 15, 2014

3 comments, 49 photos

... loomed large through our dusty windscreen. As I leaped, and I think I really did leap, from the van with my camera, I actually had tears in my eyes. That usually happens if I leap these days! The following day we 'chased' the mountain as we drove along the Parks Highway, towards Denali National Park where we'd reserved a site.

The day we arrived ...

Top of the World Hwy

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 23, 2014

52 photos

... Mtn outcroppings and the Clinton Creek road for asbestos mining in the 70's. Our GPS kept trying to get us to turn around even trying to get us down to 60 Mile Creek. At the border it immediately became evident why. The US part of the road was a total disaster. All dirt until you got to the very large gravel pieces the were trying to be a road. We had known about this and went about 5 mph to prevent ...

Alaska coming to an end

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 14, 2013

... carefully assessing the situation, and talking to the lady of the house, it was decided that i would go back to Fairbanks within the next week. I won't go into details but let's just say i wasn't quite tough enough to make it out there. This place and the people needed, and deserved, someone that would be able to give 110 %. I felt like my best would not be enough by a long stretch and i didn't want anyone having to pick up ...

"Don't worry, i'll get Naked before breakfast."

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 12, 2013

... like the simplest task! How was this possible?! At least they were giving me a good work out i guess...
I was going to go on my first sled dog run and i had mixed feelings about it. Of course i wanted to do it! But i had now seen the full force of a dog team and knew the consequences of loosing your team etc... Quite frankly i was a little terrified too!
Having nearly put all my clothes on and looking like a marsh mellow man i was ready to start hooking ...

Rascally puppies and magical lights

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 07, 2013

11 photos

... pet. Let me just point out the fact that most of the poop was frozen, so that was a large factor in why i didn't mind it...
After this they usually got fed. You would know they were going to get fed before you actually saw anyone out there. They smelt the food way before they got there with the buckets. The dogs didn't all get the same food or amount. The race dogs got high-protein food because they had to perform, whereas the the dogs that were not ...