Kathy's Korner B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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Yesterday we went to Alaska. We drove up a mountain. At the top of the mountain we saw glaciers. They are big sheets of blue ice. the two biggest glaciers are called Salmon Glacier and Bear Glacier. they are moving, but you cant see them moving because they only move 3m a ...
... It is subject to land slippage so the roads shoulders have cracks and other signs of subsiding earth. The road is very narrow and is very rough for many miles. Travel is slow.Dease Lake the town is 149 miles from the Alaska Highway. Its the only community between the Alaska Highway and our destination, Mountain Shadow RV Park, in Iskut.
Despite its relatively small size with a population ...
... After all, how fast can a glacier move?
As per our expectations we see no grizzly bears at Fish Creek, only salmon in various states of spawning and dying. So on to Salmon Glacier. Along the road are signs posting tid bits of interest so we stop to read them. The paved road turns into a decent gravel road as we parallel yet another braided glacial river. Then it heads up a canyon where it turns into a series of ...
... School back in the early 50's when it was a new school. Of course, that is the school both Elaine and Laura graduated from.
Finally a little after 5 pm the female came down to the river at the same place she showed up yesterday. She caught a couple of fish before heading downstream. Meanwhile a young male headed upstream toward the viewing platform. The Forestry guards had not seen ...
... fifth largest in North America. Passed the abandoned Pioneer gold mine, complete with two blue tailings dams. Stopped overlooking the "toe" of the glacier for lunch then climbed to 1124 metres, to above the glacier and overlooking Summit Lake, full of chunks of glacial ice. Afternoon tea in the snow, on a very corrugated dirt road. Finally got to the site of another abandoned ( copper) mine, Granduc, and an old mining camp, before ...