Enchanted Valley Bed and Breakfast
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... wonder if we would have a middle of the night emergency. We sort of
did. The carbon monoxide monitor kept going off. We had no gas on and
sometimes cleaning products and aftershave etc... can set it off. This
was midnight though so we checked all the gas and couldn't find
anything. It went off every 2 minutes so we cracked open the windows
(rain had stopped by now) and disconnected it and prayed we'd ...
... My cell phone is in the laptop bag. I can’t get to it and give away my cover. I hear a text, vibration, text…oh well. Getting on the plane. Whew! I’m in.
I arrive in Minneapolis without a hitch and meet up with a weary, although slightly stoked Kim Butner! We get to the gate and meet Shawn and Jackie. All’s well! Oh ...
... She'll see just a small portion of this grand and mysterious state, but its a start. We added in the train to Anchorage at the end of the trip to give her a little more of a tour and the opportunity to go through Denali and also see Anchorage. Let's hope the skies are clear for the trip.
On a clear day you can see Mt. McKinley from the dining room at A Taste of Alaska Lodge. We hope to see it a bit closer this ...
... midnight shift the 11 days we were gone!
So upon return, trying to get our schedules back on track some funny things, or strange, depending upon your point of view, have been happening.
First of all, I continuously wake up several times a night in a haze thinking I need to look out the window and figure out which way is North! Then I scramble looking for my camera with the idea I need to take pictures. Quickly! It's caused ...
... in the day. The video was shot right there in the Cheese Factory. We also toured the School House, Blacksmith Shop, the Smoke House, the Sausage Shop, Farm Implements, Fire House, General Store/Collectibles, Print Shop, Log Church and Cemetery with headstones from the original settlers. It took us 2 hours. In the gift shop we bought a Roesti mix, a beeswax ornament, and a couple of knitted dishcloths.
On the way back to the car we stopped at ...