Dancing Bears Nightly Rental
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... Turnagain Arm and Knik Arm are narrow, shallow and gently sloping, which forces the rapidly rising tidewaters to form a tidal flood with an abrupt, raised front. It takes 5½ hrs for a wave to travel from the mouth of Turnagain Arm to the far end of the arm. The largest bores occur during extreme minus tides (-2.0 to -5.5) with the full & new moon cycles.
Interestingly they aren't as big since the 1964 earthquake because it isn't as shallow. We did see a ...
... fortunate for me – there may have been some concern that you would be contacting the SPCA about my situation – as you can see from my before-and-after photos on June 28th, I got a day at the local beauty parlor. Also we are at the Golden Nugget RV Park for a few days and guess what is right across the street. That’s right – Costco! Endless rotisserie chicken. ...
... the people live. The building holds the post office and the State Troopers. The school is across the road and connected by a tunnel under the road so the children don’t miss out on any school days because of snow.
The town has a boat harbour, that is full of other people’s fishing boats. Many Americans have their fishing boats moored here and just fly up when they want to fish. Apparently,there is a 10 year waiting list to get a ...
... then headed back to the house. Steve and the boys took a bike ride in the rain. By the time they got home the rain was really letting up. And by the time Jessie and Jeff got there for dinner there were bright blue skies and it was warm. It was gorgeous! Nolan and Evan came over and the 4 boys (and Duke) played outside for a few hours. It was a great day to end our time in ...
... for $6. Next stop was Lowe's in Anchorage to get a shovel. Got it...not as good of a deal as the pans but still under ten bucks.
After much discussion, we settled on finding the right creek on the Knik River Road. We wanted one that was glacial fed with rounded pebbles, a couple of larger boulders, babbling, maybe a culvert, and gold nuggets laying right on top. I found it. It was perfect. I jumped out of the truck and walked, ...