Country Pleasures Bed and Breakfast

Address: 720 Tammy Lane, Wasilla, Alaska, 99687, United States | B&B
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Living in Alaska

A travel blog entry by v.pilipaka on Mar 11, 2015

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... boring life? Not me!) Usually when I am not working (Saturday or Sunday) my friends/family/pets and I always try to take a hike or go one adventurous walks with killer views of the mountains and sunsets/sunrises. If you shall know, my dogs (chow-chow and American Eskimo) LOVE to go on walks and runs. They will beg and whine until I take them. Is that motivation or what!? Anyways, I am just enthralled by Alaska's nature it is something that ...

Day 2 - The big Sleep

A travel blog entry by just_12. on Sep 16, 2014

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... go out and find out more about this amazing town. I have all ways wonted to come hear because I have heard so much about this place from other travails and I now see why they recommend this place.

at about 10 o'clock I left the hostel and went and introduced my self to some of the people around the town. What a worm welcome I got from the native Americans. The knowledge they had about anchorage was unbelievable. Things like who ...

Food Pantry & Chamber of Commerce

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 27, 2013

1 comment, 30 photos

... standing for something great & 49 for Alaska being the 49th State) from Anchorage to Nome on the western Bering Sea coast in 10 to 17 days. Mushers come from all walks of life - fishermen, lawyers, doctors, miners, artists, natives, Canadians, Swiss, French and others. It’s a race organised & run primarily by volunteers. There are certain pieces of equipment each team must have — an arctic parka, a heavy sleeping bag, an axe, snowshoes, musher food, dog ...

Whirlwind Alaskan Summer

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Aug 16, 2013

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... and there was no one else down there. Once we reached camp, I decided I'd start the fire and trek back down the trail to give Josh the shotgun. Well, I never had the chance because not even ten minutes had passed when Josh arrives at camp. He told us that as he was sitting by the water, a steep hill to his back, he heard a lot of movement up there in the trees. Fearing it was a bear, he packed up and headed up the trail. As he came around the curve of the trail, he saw more branches ...


A travel blog entry by lbroeder on May 26, 2013

7 comments, 1 photo

Today we head for Palmer. A stop in Talkeetka would be good. They have a town art festival. The town is crowded with people waiting for the train as we al people just enjoying the day. We found a local outdoor restaurant to have lunch.

A little low on booze, we stock up ...

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