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Travel Blogs from Talkeetna
... as solving the high cost of the mountains, in cash, lives and dangers to rescuers.
The staff was increased to handle the education program and we had out grown the cute but non functional log cabin we worked out of on main st. Along with the Anchorage based NPS architect, I designed the function and look of the new station. Every detail, color, carpet, trim, lines of the roof, furniture and Artwork had my fingerprints on them. In a 33 year ...
... we have to do it when we can. We worked on the computer, caught up on some reading and reviewed the rest of our trip. Ben even talked to a prospective tenant by phone and hopefully he will rent one of our vacant offices. Oh, and I SHOPPED. Ben and I walked the half mile down to the village and I bought some neat items to bring home. It is fun looking for little gifts for folks. I found ...
... found it as a green band between two mountains - an arch like a rainbow. We thought that was great. We then walked out to the front of the lodge and stood out there until we thought it was getting too cold and the aurora hadn't changed in that time. Then on our way back to our first viewing site a lady on a verandah asked us if 'that' was the aurora. When we turned around to say yes, the colour had intensified and the aurora was moving across the sky. It ...
Another early start. Got to Anchorage airport at 5.45am for a 7.00am departure. Zoe booked us in at the auto-check in and a message came up saying that the flight was over booked would we like to take an earlier flight. We declined and waited with baited breath to see whether we made it on to the aircraft. We did and were off to Kotzebue.
A 2 hour flight to a very remote town 26 miles north of the Arctic Circle. We were picked up at the airport for a tour of the town and ...
... of Historic Places in April 1993. It was originally the site of a Tanaina village but then became established as a mining town & trading post in 1896, before either Wasilla or Anchorage existed. A gold rush to the Susitna River brought prospectors to the area & by 1910 Talkeetna became a riverboat steamer station. In 1915, Talkeetna was chosen as the site for the Alaska Engineering Commission (the company that built the Alaska Railroad) & the community peaked near ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking