Carriage House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Banquet room
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood
... so cat like), red fox and porcupine.
Although it was only 3 o'clock, we came home, passing a small bore tide which was at the end of the river. I ended up sleeping for an hour. We then went to Subway for dinner. They have a fabulous Ice cream shop there that was doing a brisk trade so for Greg's Aussie birthday day he had a scoop of 'birthday cake' ice cream. Not a real fan but he tried it. He also had a cute msg of Daniel singing happy birthday which he definitely enjoyed.
... rainier, but still have the long days of sun the flowers just thrive. We walked around a bit and then hiked down to the river were we panned for gold. We each found a few flakes, but much to Cole's disappointment we did not strike it rich. We headed back to Anchorage, parked the RV and did some touristy shopping. Stopped in at Humpy's for a drink, and also made a return stop to the State Trooper Museum. After walking around for awhile we got in the RV and headed to Eagle ...
... what a combo. Bud saw some ivory or mammoth tooth or bone something that he liked so he got it. We saw a momma moose with her twins licking salts off of the parking lot of another antler store. I suppose when you have a lot of critters with antlers, you have a lot of antler stores. We took our time and moseyed back to the Girdwood area because tomorrow we plan to visit the Copper Creek Mine and strike it rich!
... lives and the fish processing plant. Went to Hope, an old gold mining town. The pinks were in so we watched people fish. Hope's town site subsided in the 1964 earthquake and flooded completely out that spring. The town was moved back several hundred feet. Now the point in Turnagain Arm is coming back. Lots of historic building are here along Renaissance Creek. We had a beer, wing and the ...
... hour long but was, as usual, a very scenic one. Anytime your on your way somewhere in Alaska on a bus the driver will give you commentary on what you are seeing around you. They are all a plethora of knowledge and usually quite funny. If you happen to spot some wild life and it's possible they will always try and pull the bus over or at least slow down so you can have a look and take some pictures. Along all the roads in Alaska there are pull offs everywhere ...