Grace and Bill's Freedom Hills B&B
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... mind as it has all been a bit action packed and a few hours of downtime does us all good. Owen has brought his "Only Fools and Horses" box set with him. As he watches it on his laptop, first Ethan, then I and then Andy gets drawn in. We are soon all sat around the laptop watching classic sitcom in the middle of nowhere with rain lashing on the roof of the cabin. For some reason, ...
... 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 ...
... are only a few rangers that have anything physical to look at as their shinning accomplishment, this is mine. The 10 years I spent here the climbing program grew to be the best in the world. The building a proud addition to the town. Can you tell that I am proud?
We tour the building which has held up particularly well. We watch a orientation video about climbing the mountain. The NPS has just, in the last few days, pulled the base camp and ...
... pioneering woman - Mary Cleary. Now I have to buy Mary's biography titled 'Alaska: No place for a woman'. We were told this morning that it snowed at Denali last night. George said just a couple of days ago that we've seen grizzly bears and whales so all we need to see now is snow and the Northern Lights. Well today delivered both of these. When we got to Denali, the snow had fallen over night. This was the first snow of the season. Once we checked in to ...
... 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 ...