Carriage House Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Girdwood
... stopping as the Anchorage website had them marked by mile posts.
At Mile 111 we stopped to see a small waterfall at McHugh Creek. There are also parking areas for hikers where you need to pay but you get 30 mins grace.
The further along Turnagain Arm the more beautiful it became as we travelled up the u-shaped valley towards the snow capped mountains in the distance. We stopped at Beluga Point hoping to see Beluga Whales. No luck. We didn't have any luck ...
... windshield and no heat! Also most of these dogs live in the middle of nowhere – the nearest Costco rotisserie chicken could be over 500 miles away! Like someone is going to drive a 1000 miles roundtrip on bad roads to get them a fresh chicken – I don’t think so. Where is Obama on this deplorable situation?
2. The other thing bugging me has to do with the ...
... he would win a trivia game if all the questions were about Anchorage,as his mind was full of it.
We had a pit stop at Girdwood,which is the ski field for Anchorage and has the longest black run in the U.S. It is quite funny as they are really big on the longest, shortest, fastest etc.In Alaska we went through the longest tunnel in North America to one of the weirdest towns in North America.
Wittier was established as a deep sea port by the ...
... the city. Our first stop was at Mulcahy Field. The collegiate baseball season had ended the day before we arrived, which really bummed out the kids. Steve, however had called the main office of the Anchorage Bucs and made an appointment for the manager to meet us. He let the kids on the field, sold us shirts and hats and spent some time talking to Quinn about the recruiting ...
... young hippie man who said the thrift shop around the corner had a stack of used pans and we could check there. So we did. The shop was closed so we sat. It was a beautiful day and the village huskie had followed us from the mercantile to keep us company while we waited. Citizen number 1 who walked by said the shop would open at 9. "Oh good, it's close to that now", I thought. Citizen number 2 said the shop would open at 10. "Well, ok, I guess ...