Homestays At Homesteads

Address: 4300 B St, Eagle River, Alaska, 99503-5925, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Eagle River

Day 49 Starting home: first leg to Seattle

A travel blog entry by jennieanddavid on Aug 30, 2015

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... the pan handle) and then, thick cloud cover for the rest of the journey to Seattle. Oh my, Seattle was built up! What a contrast. We spent our early evening at the supermarket trying to buy some supper. Even that is an experience! It was vast with so many choices, sections and unusual products. Thank goodness for the yogurt and the banana! We also notice how much earlier it gets dark. We've come 1500 miles south and it's two hours earlier. No ...

Day 14 - Walmart, finally

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 02, 2015

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... having seen the power it still held when the tsunami from this quake went up the Alberni Channel and displaced homes moved from one side of the road to the other.

Leaving Valdez we would travel the same highway we had travelled into Valdez on, but only as far as Glenallen where we would turn and start driving the Glenn Highway. Before we hit the Glenn Highway we finally spied our first moose, running at a ...


A travel blog entry by mylee on Aug 23, 2014

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August 23rd. We have a five hour trip to Palmer. Along the way we see another pod of Beluga whales.....we can't stop as we are along the highway. John has a friend from Viet Nam stop and visit with them. They were in the Seabees together.

August 24th we are off to the State fair with Beth and Bill. Weather is cold and rainy. We are grateful that ...

Heading North- a Glacier, Reindeer and Musk Ox

A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jun 30, 2014

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... male and female reindeer/caribou have antler. We were allowed into the pen and to feed the reindeer! This was awesome. The reindeer were very social and well frankly wanted the food. Another great photo op. Some of the reindeer had quite the racks. The reindeer come right up to you and nose around for the food. The tour moved on to the elk, we picked grass and fed the elk thru the fence. There were only a few males. We could see babies, with spots, but they ...

Home for the holidays

A travel blog entry by miriam.m on Dec 15, 2013

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... a cold, I've been enjoying the weather up here. It is snowing as I speak, and I just ran outside in a t shirt and pj pants barefoot and ate a handful of snow. I've also enjoyed being with my puppies again. I really missed Alaska, there is really nothing like it.
Though my journey will take me across the ocean to a whole other continent, my heart will always be here, where it belongs.

Other places to stay in Eagle River

  • Log House Bed and Breakfast

    10925 Corrie Way, Eagle River | B&B