Camai Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the Ulu Factory, the rail road station, watched a documentary on the northern lights, the earthquake of 1964 and made a stop at the Snow Goose restaurant and Sleeping Lady Brewery. This last day was even nice enough to sit outside! It was fantastic. After that we made sure we had enough time to pack and head to the airport; and even had time to drink a little Silver Gulch Brewery beer while we waited for our flight.
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... order to show you what NOT to do. However, we still managed to drive our temporary home to the Super Walmart down the street to get supplies and food. Then back to spend the first night in Great Alaskan Holidays' lot. Before our flights changed for the better, we were originally going to arrive after hours so just kept with the plan of not having to drive off the lot for the first ...
After a restful night, we woke up to our alarms at 7;00 am. We had to have our day packs packed and ready to go by 8:00 am. Breakfast was served at the hotel. We had a buffet of scrambled eggs, ham, cheese, fresh fruits, breads, cereals, and yogurt. There was something for everyone After breakfast we met with an Alaskan Olympian medal winner. Rosie Fletcher won a bronze medal in the 2006 Winter Olympics. She competed in Snowboard Racing. ...
... filling-up place. While we waited for our food, talked to an Athabascan Indian lady who had just set up a small museum in the roadhouse with family heirlooms. She lived in Copper Centre, and had interesting tales about life when she was young, bear encounters etc.
We carried on, and took photos of the Alaska Pipeline, lots of pine trees, of a decent size because we are down lower and probably out of the permafrost areas, more of the Alaska Pipeline, and ...
... 19 and 11 snow mobiles per 100 residents of the Canadian Arctic provinces of Newfoundland + Labrador and Northwest Territories. Snow mobiles travel faster, pull large loads, start and stop with a simple pull start or switch, and don't disappear over the horizon when you accidently fall off. Dogs can be fuelled by subsistence protein such as meat and fish obtained with a net and rifle, while snow mobiles require petrol and that requires cash. Seth Kantner, a prominent ...