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Travel Blogs from Valdez
... installed two new 25kW generators, by herself of course. They supplied the power for the ranch, the guesthouse, the campground, the local school and the postoffice. She's proud that they didn't leak a drop of oil and to emphasise the point she installed them on a shiny white floor. As if that wasn't enough, she also maintained and overhauled the generators herself, for which she has all the equipment and knowhow. She was so well known at Blackstone in England ...
... Momma bear with her two cubs. Awwww so cute! Was getting quite dark but could see one of the cubs get up on his hind legs and walk along. Oooh, big fierce cubby wubby.
The rotting fish smell was extremely potent at this spot. So many dead fish everywhere, its quite astonishing and really quite sad too but circle of life and all that. Really stoked at how many bears we saw today and how close we could get to them too. Much better than going to a ...
... to the fishing area about 20 mins later and was headed back in about 1:30 with 24 silvers. Limit is 6 each.Even though it was pouring we all had a great time.3 poles in the water and 1 always had a fish on! You meet such great people when traveling. So that took care of the rest of the freezer space and 3 batches of canning. It was raining when we were on the boat so my phone got ...
... spent 3 days with us. And of course we had to get an apple pie from the Moose is Loose Bakery. From Soldotna we went back to Seward.We stayed at d Spring Creek CG. No place to stay in town. Murray and Shelly showed up 3 days later. Bill, Murray and Shelly took a charter out of Seward for silvers and rockfish .They had a good time but not much fish. I stayed in camp and walked the dogs.On our way to Willow we stopped at a fish viewing spot. The creek was red ...
... was a nice ride today! The weather played along and we hit 3000 miles at Glennallen, which we celebrated with a lunch at the TOK Thai Bus. The Worthington Glacier was nice but not as spectacular as the Salmon Glacier. However riding through the clouds on the Thompson Pass was amazing. The Keystone Canyon followed shortly, where the first rain drops hit our windshield. The winds were strong and the rain was very light and only lasted for ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking