Meandering Moose Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... Glenn Highway (#1) towards Palmer. Jeff was itching to do some fishing & luckily we found a stream along the highway with a picnic table next to it. We had a nice picnic lunch of left over pizza, shrimp, cheese, apples & chips. Then he headed down to the stream to cast his line. The wind was really blowing & the mosquitos were biting Amelia & I through our clothes, so we waited for him in the car.
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... room today to do that, $500......a person." We got back in the RV and continued heading south. In Eagle River we stopped to go to the Native Heritage Center. It is similar to Strawberry Banke or Fort at #4 for the native people. Seeing all their homes and talking to people about how they lived was very interesting. There was also a sled dog team there belonging to John Baker, who races in the Iditarod and won in 2011. We took ...
... participate in a mountaineering class. We get to land here to drop them off. The weather holds for us but we need to skirt a rain cell as we go in. The views improve as we go. It is so nice to be back in the range. I have several hundred hours flying in fixed wing or helicopter while I worked here as the South District ranger for Denali. I was responsible for the mountaineering program here which involved search and rescue responsibilities. ...
... the Glenn Highway National Scenic Byway through the Copper River Valley which is one of Alaska's most beautiful, traversing a broad tundra area where we saw a moose walking down the road and trumpet swans on the mirrored lakes. The road winds through gorgeous mountain ranges one after the other with spectacular, scary drop offs and beautiful lakes thousands of feet below their peaks. One of the most breathtaking sights is the Matanuska Glacier, a ...
... the call at 12.30, woke up, put our shoes, beanies, scarves and jackets on and raced outside. Unfortunately the lights were only faint tonight and disappeared within a few minutes. So I kept George out in the cold for about 20 minutes and the headed back to bed. Not to worry we have 2 more chances to come in Denali and Fairbanks.
What was very exciting in the middle of the night was that we saw Mt McKinley, which is snow covered, in the light of ...