Hatcher Pass Bed & Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 …
... wood working, quilting, art work, photography, etc. We walk through and take in some of the animal judging. It is not nearly at the level of even our county fairs as it must be hard to raise animals in this climate. They do have pigs, sheep, goats, heifers, lots of chickens and rabbits. We do see an exhibit of Alaska Giant veggies but no record setters here. I do see the biggest rutabaga I have ever ...
... Life is good. Father Jaime and his parishioners made us feel very welcome.
Now to get the truck trailer brake controller fixed so we can continue our journey.
Excerpt From Wikipedia for your reading pleasure:
In the late 19th century, the U.S. government began to take interest in the Matanuska coal fields located north of ...
... again… Each of the rail cars had shoots for dumping the gravel on the road bed… had I known we were going to see (3) sets of cars I would have paid attention to the car #’s and the engine #’s to see if they were the same set of cars loaded 3 times or 3 different trains being loaded and shipped out...
STEAM LOCOMOTIVE 557 - SEE ...
... who has been sheared but is incomplete. Purple fireweed, white Shasta daisies and white Queen Anne's Lace populate the roadside, blending with the green tones of the shrubs and trees to create a sea of color.
Independence Mine is at the far end of the Pass. The breeze is cool on our faces as we zip up jackets, but the sun is shining through the patchy grey clouds. The kids, particularly Kaeleb immediately head for the ore cart full of granite and Quartz ...