Fireweed Station Inn
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... protect that for posterity. Brad pioneered the West Buttress Route on McKinley and Barbara was the first woman to summit. Brad also mapped the most difficult terrain in the world, Denali, Grand Canyon and the Everest area. His photography of mountains is equal to that of Ansel Adams in quality.
The next morning the group goes on a Jet Boat ride with Mahay’s River Adventures. I stay behind trying to catch up with this blog. I ran a ...
We knew today was going to be a long drive to Anchorage for Winnie to be repaired at Great Alaskan Holiday's service center so we planned to leave at 7:00. Well, at 4:00 AM I heard Ben putting away the electric cord and the water hose under the motor home. Any of you that know him well will not be surprised at this early departure time. We left and soon found very bumpy roads and gravel washboards again but not as many as we had experienced yesterday. ...
... the area as much as practicable.
We had some time to kill and the weather was pretty ordinary which precluded walking around town so we were invited to use the facilities at the newish hotel. We were in what they called the observation lounge. We spent a pleasant hour and a half watching the seals in the bay popping their heads' up in the choppy water and catching up on face book and reading emails.
We then flew to Nome for the night, a half hour flight. The next ...
... the most well known being the Wilderness Women's Contest & the Bachelor Auction, the latter raising money for charity by auctioning off bachelors. I may have to leave our lovely warm weather (hopefully) of summer & return to Alaska in December for a while!!
For the contest women have to be at least 21 (wonder what the maximum age is) & are asked to drive, or fly, many miles to show men that women can do all the work. The event starts at 1 pm sharp. A sense ...
... glacier and had about 20mins to stomp around in our big snow boots, make snow angels, pick up snow, eat snow (not yellow) and hike too far away to try and fall in snow covered crevasses ... oh that last one was just guess who? Yes, Jeffrey. He's a worry!
Heaps and heaps of fun though and luckily we all made it back to the plane safely. Taking off was a bit bumpy but not too bad. Our landing back at base the plane shimmied like it had ...