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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This morning we are due to go see Jeff King's huskie kennels. King has won the Iditarod (an 1100 mile gruelling dog sledding race across Alaska) four times. He still races but also breeds huskies for other competitors and puts presentations on for tourists. It is a slick operation, but despite the commerciality of it, it is really interesting. We get to hold some puppies as well as see the older ones on training runs. The dogs are gorgeous and ...
... on that river for the 10 years I was here, so deicide to save the $70 ticket. I sit in the Latitude 62 having a beer and watching the World Cup soccer match between paragraphs and talking to the locals walking in that I recognize.
When the group gets back we look over the schedule and the weather forecast and there is a plan hatched to leave Talkeetna for Seward to visit Kenai Fjords National park by Tour boat. Everyone but me is getting ...
... 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 area as much as practicable.
We had some time to kill and the weather was pretty ordinary which precluded walking around town so we were invited to use the facilities at the newish hotel. We were in what they called the observation lounge. We spent a pleasant hour and a half watching the seals in the bay popping their heads' up in the choppy water and catching up on face book and reading emails.
We then flew to Nome for the night, a half hour flight. The next ...
... of us are much into drinking beer, it certainly was one of the best we'd ever had.
Although it's overcast, perhaps we can still see Northern Lights before we leave for home....
Kath's daily highlight: Dinner at the Brewhouse
Kath's daily lowlight: No moose or bear (again). No Northern Lights to be seen.
Errol's daily highlight: ditto
Errol's daily lowlight: another shuttle