Bud and Carol's B & B

Address: PO Box 767, Girdwood, Alaska, United States | B&B
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    Travel Blogs from Girdwood

    The glaciers are amazing

    A travel blog entry by goweregypt on Jul 11, 2015

    10 photos

    ... Centre. This was also on the 2 for 1 Tour Saver. You can drive around the centre to see the animals or take their free shuttle or walk. We walked around enjoying the chance to see the animals, in case we don't see them in the wild. The animals here are mostly orphans or they are being reared to be able to be re-released. We saw moose, caribou (or reindeer, the same thing), elk, musk ox, wood bison, black bear, brown bear, bald eagle, owl, lynx (which was curled up in a ...

    Welcome to Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by pamvndrw on Apr 11, 2015

    17 photos

    ... Cod, Salmon and Halibut. Delicious!

    In the morning I went in search of a glacier I could get close to, but no luck, access not open until May. So I stopped at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage. It takes in injured and orphaned animals and keeps them if they are not able to return to the wild. They are also getting ready to restore the wood bison to central Alaska this summer. I saw moose, a black bear, musk ox, caribou, wood bison, elk, a lynx, and ...

    Mining for Gold

    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 12, 2014

    34 photos

    ... to work at either Alyeska or be a tour guide at Denali. Back at the hotel, things were still chaotic and we knew they were fully booked for the night, so we checked out and headed for Crow Creek Mine to see if we could find some gold. Crow Creek Mine is beautiful! Not a real mine, but almost a little village set by a river with views of Alyeska. It is a paradise of flowers. One of the girls working there told me that because they are about 10 degrees cooler than ...

    Dip Net Me A Fish

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 29, 2014

    5 photos

    ... streams of their beginning. Native Alaskans were chest deep in the brackish water with huge circular nets jockeying for the sweet spot to nab dinner. I had seen it done on reality TV but was still a bit skeeved out when a fisher woman smashed the head of her fish to kill it and then threw it up on the sand. I'll take a pass on fishing as a competitive sport.

    We we stopped to walk through a rock and ...

    Buses...Trains....and Ships

    A travel blog entry by movinalong on Jul 19, 2014

    21 photos

    ... helpful to one another and love where they live. The people that you talk to who live here year round wouldn't have it any other way....even in the brutal cold. Loving where your at, wherever that is, makes for a solid place on which to build a quality life. The minute you begin to feel restless or dissatisfied with where you live the more you notice it spilling into every other aspect of your life. I've lived in both places. The bus trip into Talkeetna was ...