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Travel Blogs from Trapper Creek
... return journey up the river we got off the boat & were taken through the woods to see a genuine (so we were told) trapper’s cabin with its original furnishings as well as a replica of a typical Athabaskan summer dwelling & also told about various plants we passed, one of which is used in the formulation of aspirin (can’t remember the name) & makes up a substantial portion of a moose’s diet – no headaches or other aches & pains for them ...
... I asked the gal if she knew where Sunshine Creek was. Enthusiastically, she told me that it was a great spot to fish! Then she proceeded to give me directions: "Go about 2 miles over the railroad tracks. Right after the big S curve in the road, you'll see a construction sign (if it's still there) hidden in the trees. You'll either turn down that street, or one of the next few. But if you hit Rabbit Acres, you went to far. You'll turn onto a dirt road that is full of trees and brush, ...
Just a note about Talkeetna. It is the town that was patterned after for the t.v. sit com Northern Lights. Also, the Princess Lodges here & at Denali are only open for 180 days each year. They are shut down at the end of the season in SEPT&, winterized. Just like in THE SHINING.
Another beautiful day but everything is melting. Only 2 degrees off a record high for June in Talkeetna. It was about 32. We are probably missing a true Alaska experience.
Bus took us from Kenai to Anchorage via Portage along the Cook Inlet. Our same Captain Cook was up here looking for a NorthWest Passage. He named "Turn Again" Inlet because he had to turn ...
... part of the ceiling. There was a bar at one end. There was a spiral staircase and a lift to the top floor from the lower deck. The lower deck had a dining area, bathrooms, lounge area and an external balcony. One of the cars in the consist must have had a kitchen and some had their external balcony on the top floor.
The presentation of the locomotives and all carriages was absolutely pristine. Even underneath the cars there was no road grime and ...
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