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Travel Blogs from Talkeetna
... the Nome River valley to a lake in the mountains. The town was like Kotzebue, quite rustic and frontier looking with the odd newer building scattered throughout. We watched a surf crawler dredging for gold just off the beach. The surf crawler was a back hoe and a sluice machine on a platform with caterpillar tracks below the platform. The one man operation is driven out off the beach to just outside the wave area where he uses the backhoe to scoop up the bottom and ...
... trip at 2.30pm, for which I was on standby as the last 3 seats had gone straight after Ned put the phone down from them &, finally, check in for the summit flight was 4.30pm.
I had an hour & a half spare (the only spare time all day till 6.45pm as it turned out) so went to the river at the end of town (as advised by Sheila), forded the stream & had a magnificent view of Mts Foraker, Hunter & McKinley. I also went for a paddle in the river, it was a bit ...
... and Nick and Josh had some weapons they wanted to sight in. We four wheeled to some open area miles behind Nick and Jessi's house. We sighted and shot, Jessi and picked blueberries occasionally, and had fun til the dark clouds blew in and it started raining. Summer was coming to an end. It was mid-August, and the salmon had stopped running. It wasn't trout season yet, and nothing was biting. The only fish we saw were the zombie fish: the almost dead, grayish colored, rotting ...
... way but Sooraj insisted me to pick so I picked to ride first. Honestly, I only did that because it would be more fun at the start. If I ride on the way back I would already know how it feels so it would probably be boring.
It turned out to be great! We got great pictures of the beautiful scenery. I didn’t really understand how the machinery worked in the plane but hey it was still a lot of fun even though I was dumbfounded. The height was 20,320 feet also in ...
... river flowing by is a lullaby.
After coffee and pastries in Talkeetna the next morning, we head north on the Parks Highway. Unfortunately, it is overcast and Mt. McKinley is hidden in its normal cloak of clouds. But the scenery is stunning, none the less. Barb play wildlife guide by spotting a young bull moose off the side of the road. I find a wide spot on the shoulder and manage to catch some shots. It ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking