Camai Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and a lot of Alaskan made items. We checked out the market and grabbed some breakfast. Later, we went on a hike that follows along turnagain arm and has so many berry bushes!! We picked and ate all kinds of berries! Because we're in Alaska we got a surprise rain shower when it was forecasted for 0% chance of rain. That's Alaska for you. We enjoyed Mexican food ...
... the creek in chest waders but I didn't see a single fish caught...and it was really windy so we didn't stay very long.
The Ulu knife is a native instrument that cuts by rocking the rounded blade back and forth. They are for sale everywhere up here from Walmart to small gift shops. We walked through the factory but I didn't buy one because I would probably cut off a finger trying to use it. Alaska Geographic was ...
... following your dreams and not giving up! We then boarded our coach. By the way, Tina is our driver. She took us around Anchorage. In downtown, we got off the bus and walked down toward Cook Inlet and got on a nature trail. Tina picked us up a couple of miles later. During our tour, we saw the largest Floatplane Airport in the world. We even saw a plane land on the water. We have enjoyed the scenery as we tour this beautiful town. I ...
... Chickaloon and Eska mines, Dianne internets at the nearby library.
We pass into one of the few farming areas of Alaska, and the last homesteading area in the USA. Find a lookout for photos over the very wide bed of the Matanuska River, then carry on into the extended metropolitan area of Anchorage, with heavy traffic on multi-lane roads. We navigate to the Bent Prop Inn, using the Anchorage Bike Path Map. We are now familiar enough with Anchorage to get to the ...
... Barely two days later we were revving our engines and racing brand new snowmobiles up the frozen Susitna River. We were amongst the first to take the trail as the river had only recently frozen solid enough to allow safe travel. Even now with some of the warmest winter temperatures that Alaska has experienced, the dangers of soft ice and overflow –where river water floods over the ice forming a slushy layer hidden by fresh snowfall - were ever present. The first rule ...