Denali Fireside Cabins & Suites
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Everyone was up early so we left our red cabin in Girdwood by 10am and headed north on the Seward Highway. Within the first half hour, we pulled over to see two moose in a marshy area. Not long after that, we pulled over again to see several Dall sheep in different groups. Most were high on the mountain, but a few were very close to us.
... ride and played with some of the puppies. The puppies were six weeks old and had no names yet. They pick a theme for each litter and name them that way. They asked if we had any suggestions and Cole immediately said Super Heroes; Thor, Hulk, Quick Silver, Flash.....They told him that that was actually a very cool idea and to follow them on FB to see if they do it. We left the Heritage Center and headed back to Anchorage. The boys ...
... to a large avalanche barreling down a rock cliff, blowing great puffs of powder high into the sky. The curving glaciers were dirty white with ribbons of gray sediment running on the outer edges and down the middle where the great rivers of ice joined together. A closer inspection showed that some areas were a mass of ice hills, folds and hummocks that looked like the up and down scribbles of an angry toddler. McKinley ...
... with it as it brings jobs to the community, and keeps some of the kids from wandering off for job opportunities else where. Want to zipline? Its now here in beautiful Talkeetna. Don't get me started.
We will stay here for 5 days, while the rain falls and the softball tourney called The Glenn Kock tournament gets going this weekend, Its a 1 pitch tourney so they can get the games in on one field. Quick games that the locals love. More ...
... YOU ABOUT THE BEARS: During the spring the bears eat profusely to put on fat, and during this time can mate with several males. They may have up to 4 zygotes, waiting to attach to the uterus. Therefore the number of cubs will depend on their level of fat. If not enough fat, to sustain all, the others will be aborted. The cubs are born while the mother is hibernating, so at the beginning of spring they are ready to leave the den. Isn't nature ...