Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast
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After sleeping in a bit this morning, we were all on the road by 9:00 and headed up the Glennallen Highway to Matanuska Glacier. The Glennallen is absolutely stunning and we stopped several times at look out points along the way.
Once we got to MICA Guide's offices (yurt) they got us outfitted with hiking boots, crampons and helmets. Then …
... appears to be in the truck so they wouldn't tow the trailer and we have no secure place to leave it. Even if we did its over 450 miles to drive the truck Anchorage for repairs, drive back to pick up the trailer, then drive out through Anchorage once again. After two hours of horsing around and not solving the problem I decided that pulling the trailer was safe as long ...
We left drove from Tok to Glennallen and did not see anything thing but trees and road and it rained so we took no pictures.
We left Glennallen on Fri morning and arrived at Palmer Big Bear RV Park and decided t stay a few days since there is alot to see here.
Still no wild life so we have decided that Alaska does not have any .
We will have more pictures later so until then we are going to bed.
... had as many as 5 to 7 children, pretty average for farm families). In return for a 30-year, $3,000 loan, they would be given a 40-acre tract of land, a house, a barn, a well and an out-building. If the land they chose was either hilly or had poor soil condition, they were given 80 acres. The government’s plan was conceived in January 1934, with the intention that the families would arrive in Palmer in time to enjoy a harvest that ...
... pan solo because it was just too cold to get in that water. I snapped a few pictures of the beautiful fireweed wildflowers. Bud was outfitted with chest waders and he never gets cold anyway. He walked down the steep embankment, crossed swampland, and found a huge boulder at the edge of the river. Nuggets should be on the downstream edge of the boulder. He let out a yelp to signal that he had struck gold!
With such ...