Fireweed Station Inn
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... restrictions on vehicles in the park and staying at one of the lodges is a great way to go further than the standard park shuttles. The problem is that for the most part the road is unmade gravel which slows the bus down to 15-20 miles per hour. The result is a bus journey lasting 5-6 hours long! We are psyched up for a long, dull and sickly journey. In fact it flew by. Sightings of a grizzly bear and her two cubs, as well as a herd of ...
... drinks for the whole bar. Then the girls saunter in, the bell rings again, this time by Kathy. A $200 bar bill was the damage, then there were the brain cells too.
Despite getting in very late, I am up early. The hangover is multiplying my disappointment in leaving. John Lenard the South District Ranger now, was at the Fairview last night and is joining me for breakfast at the Latitude. He brings with him Denali Pro pins from the last years.
... Historic buildings still line the 1 block main street where many shops are located and some locals still call home. At the end of Main Street is the Talkeetna River and in the distance, on a clear day you can see Mt. McKinley. Today was not one of those clear days. We thought one of the mountain peeks we could see was Mt. Mckinley but when we asked a local which of the three peaks we were seeing was McKinley, he said, " None of them -- if you ...
... Nome River valley to a lake in the mountains.
The town was like Kotzebue, quite rustic and frontier looking with the odd newer building scattered throughout. We watched a surf crawler dredging for gold just off the beach. The surf crawler was a back hoe and a sluice machine on a platform with caterpillar tracks below the platform. The one man operation is driven out off the beach to just outside the wave area where he uses the backhoe to scoop up the bottom and dump the ...
... we couldn’t pass the Seafood Chowder, Salmon Spring Rolls and King Crab Au Gratin. Mum chose a vegetable stack which was perfect for her and a real treat.
At 9pm we joined others at the Photo Symphony Theatre – for the Aurora - The Crown of Light - big screen presentation, a magical panoramic display of Alaskan imagery set to classical music, to help us with what the Aurora Borealis would look like and how it all happens, if we did get the chance to see ...