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

Delta Bound

A travel blog entry by dixiej on Mar 04, 2015

13 photos

... It was a very pretty drive and not all that slippery. Once again we were faced with 40 degree day so some melting and runoff was probably going to make travel a little sketchy later in the night. But our trip was uneventful.

We decided to stay at The Garden B and B just north of town. A very pretty yellow house again beautifully decorated. Shawn and Jackie got the deluxe room with their own bathroom and we opted for the ...

This time you gave me a mountain

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Aug 15, 2014

3 comments, 49 photos

... park, the weather had changed AND there was road construction, which combined took it's toll on the pristine (!) condition of our RV.













The only way you can drive past Mile 29 of the 92 mile gravel road is on one of the Park tours or shuttles, we took the 12 hour bus trip to Kantishna on ...

Top of the World Hwy

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 23, 2014

52 photos

... At 10 am when we passed along this road there were many, many pieces of equipment sitting idle and no workers visible. A beautiful sunny day but no work being done. Maybe in two years this road might be finished. We continued past Jack Wade Junction to Eagle and on down. We drove along Walter Fork on a better road and finally reached Chicken. There are three independent businesses at Chicken but we could find ...

Alaska coming to an end

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 14, 2013

... You need a strong team up here where everyone pulls their own weight. Despite my rapid departure there were many things i learnt. In the sense of practicality: using a gas stove, dressing for arctic conditions, pack snow in an icebox as a fridge (or leave it high up outside somewhere), fearlessly break up a dog fight, hook up a team of sled dogs,...About dogs and people: we are all big wussies. I'm talking about ...

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

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 12, 2013

... team. That got me sweating in no time! Fiddling (for far too long) to get the last rope loose, we were off! The second we zoomed off on the double sled (1 runner each and the middle one was shared) i was already so cramped up it must have looked like i was bracing for a car crash. "Straighten up! Don't stick your butt out like that, it'll be easier." And it was! Until we turned the corner and i got the wind knocked out of me by a huge frozen tree branch that stabbed ...