Grace and Bill's Freedom Hills B&B
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We are well and truly off the grid here in Denali. We spend our time going on local hikes and trails, enjoying the out of doors and just hanging out. I am really tired and it is good not to have every minute of the day accounted for. In the afternoon the sun comes out and we get our first evening sat outside with a bottle of wine. ...
... to try to do laundry. We went to the salmon museum and got chased down the street by Carol Collin’s mother. Carol, Mallory and Carol’s parents were on a cruise tour. Found Carol and went to the Fair View for a drink before going to the library for internet. Drove back to the campground and walked back to town for pizza at Mountain High Pizza Pie. Stopped by the Fair View and listened to the band, One ...
... white glacier, a perfect shining white glacier. We knew there were planes that had taken off ahead of us but they were nowhere in sight...at least that is what we thought. Randy pointed out a couple of specks of red pepper on the slushy surface. Those were the plans and that was where we were going to land, the Ruth Glacier. We deboarded the plane and, honestly, I have never seen greater majesty in nature...crisp but not frigid ...
... 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 ...
... The tour guide Carol was a born and bred native of the area whose husband and family lived a traditional subsistence life style. The family had 2 camps on the coast across the bay. One for winter to harvest seal and whale and one for spring and summer to harvest the salmon when they run. They dried, preserved and stored their catch for the leaner months.
The town was small and very rustic mostly, with some newer modern buildings scattered among the older ...