McKinley View B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... more glaciers (bit like churches in Europe – they're everywhere!). The large tidal flats on run to Anchorage were enormous with second highest tidal swing of any inlet in North America at 39 feet. It also has a tidal bore twice daily of up to 5 feet that people surf and kayak down! We saw 1 moose and 5 billy goats before landing in Talkeetna which is the starting town for anyone wanting to climb Mt Denali (the tallest mountain in North America ...
... done so much sheep herd stuff by the time we get finished with these tours.
CJ has now developed a tactic of leaving me with our backpack and moving ahead of the other geriatrics to grab us prime seats on the coaches.. There does not seem to be any civil attempts to Que...
There is an annual highway repair program to repair the Parks Hwy between Anchorage and Fairbanks. Between the permafrost, expansion and contraction ...
... Bakery Cafe and spinach bread at the a Talkeetna Spinach Air Stream Trailer.
We have stayed at many RV Parks. The is the first one with a "Caution Low Flying Aircraft" sign right outside our back window.
The rain has found us again. Tomorrow we leave Alaska's interior and head to the ...
... in Russia wanted them to go by to see if they could REALLY
see Russia from her house! We all got a kick out of that except our hostess who thought that the way Palin had been treated was horrible. I guess when you live in the same area as the person you see things a little differently??
There were 2 young men staying at the B&B, too, who were gone before breakfast as they're up working for a company who ...
... is 1.6 km wide & drops almost 610 m over 16 km, with crevasses along the surface. Above the surface on both sides are 1,500-m granite cliffs.
Matt told us that we needed to keep near his plane as the glacier has an airstrip & if a plane comes in & someone is in the way the person will come off worse. Another small plane did land near us about 5 minutes before we departed. It was neat being on the glacier with the pristine snow, fabulous vista, clean ...