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Travel Blogs from Wasilla
... boots for each dog’s feet to protect against cutting ice and hard packed snow injuries. Mushers spend a year getting ready & raising the money needed to get to Nome. Some prepare around a full-time job.
Wasilla has no 'downtown' as such as the shops are spread out along the road & there are plenty of them! Major chain retail stores, car dealers, fast food restaurants & small businesses line the Parks Highway. New subdivisions have sprung up ...
... and the salmon came early this year. Sheep Creek meets the Susitna River here, and its confluence makes fishing easy. The silvers and pinks swam upsteam, and I caught so many fish. There was one day where every time I casted, I reeled one in. New to the fishing experience at the beginning of summer, I quickly became addicted and was obsessed with my tackle box...fishing was my drug. I couldn't get enough. I caught mostly pink and silver salmon, but I did catch a couple of chums. ...
We left the Caribou hotel at 11 am bound for Valdez. It was raining and foggy. The sign board stated that Thompson Pass was open to traffic. The rain increased the further we travelled and I could barely make Brian out through the fog. We were approximately 30 miles from Glennallen when we had to slow for a police car with lights flashing a 4 wheel drive had lost control on the gravel left the road and ended up in a large body of water. The water ...
... on the box. Do they FLY those suckers up here?????
On to Shell to use the rewards, they don't take the discount at that Shell.
So Ed just gets enough gas to get to Anchorage tomorrow. On we go to find a place to sleep. We are at Big Bear RV Park in Wasilla. Sarah Palin was once mayor here. It is a nice park with good, big showers. It is beside the highway and a bit noisy. We have excellent HD TV with a few channels. Wifi ...
... a grouse. The most interesting of all was a mother moose with two young following close behind her. She stood by the road and when we stopped, she went down behind some trees, I got out (but not too close) and when she walked into a clearing the two young came up close behind her and I caught their picture. What a treat to see these animals in their own habitat.
After a long wet day, we were happy to stay in ...
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