Harrington Gardens Bed and Breakfast

3052 East Schrock Road , Wasilla, Alaska, 99654, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Wasilla

Food Pantry & Chamber of Commerce

A travel blog entry by mazb10


... the government purchases to, I think, keep prices down (I will need elucidation please Eddie!).

Eddie showed me around the premises, he had a 2nd office built recently & is now on his own, with a very nice desk which he said Sheila got for him. Originally the Food Pantry was in a cupboard in the church building next door & has expanded several times so they are able to help feed more & more people in the community. They recently also had a new chiller added ...


A travel blog entry by lbroeder


Today we head for Palmer. A stop in Talkeetka would be good. They have a town art festival. The town is crowded with people waiting for the train as we al people just enjoying the day. We found a local outdoor restaurant to have lunch.

A little low on booze, we stock up ...

A Rottwieller wearing lipstick!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... of the Iditarod dog sled race, where we started by taking a short ride on a cart pulled by 8 dogs. They can really move fast, and have to train summer and winter, for the annual race, which was started in the 1960's but the father of the current owner.

Our next stop was a lake - after walking through the woods and stepping one a boardwalk over the marshy bank of the lake we were directed to ...

Chasing the sun

A travel blog entry by drakosaurus


... backlight that I'm accustomed to seeing only at dawn and dusk.

After weighing the options I chose to sleep in the airport rather than rent a hotel or hostel. I'll be departing at 11:00 am for King Salmon, where I will (hopefully) be met by my sweetheart, Kevin. From there we'll make the short 15 mile trek to Naknek, our home for the next month.

Day 16: Home.

A travel blog entry by rjsplow


... of the summer anytime we traveled outside the establishments and small towns in the state) and by that point I was accustomed to radio silence and honestly wasn’t used to any sort of access to communication devices.

The roads shadowed the sides of gigantic, jagged mountains, which overlooked lush valleys and even bigger mountains on the other side. One peak was clearly ...


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