Moose Gardens Bed and Breakfast

Address: 6345 West Dimond, Anchorage, Alaska, 99516, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located in the Sand Lake area of Anchorage, is near Kincaid Park, Jewel Lake, and Rugged Alaska.
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      Driving Hatcher Pass

      A travel blog entry by becsher on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... camp and mine employed 204 men. The Independence Mine was shut down in 1943, after gold mining was classified as nonessential to the war effort. In 1946, the War Production Board's order designating gold mining as nonessential was lifted. At this time the cost mine the gold cost $46 an ounce and the price for the gold was only $36 per ounce. In January 1951, Alaska-Pacific Consolidated closed the independence Mine. From 1936-1951 more than 181,000 ounces of gold ...


      A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jun 22, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... it was a walk around the bay to the Earthquake Park memorial. Seems that the district was built over a clay sub layer, and when the earthquake shook and pounded the ground for 5 minutes, it turned the clay into a jelly like substance, and a whole suburb slipped down the hill and into the bay. Of course, it's never been rebuilt as it can't support any weight. From the park, because of the sunny afternoon, you could see all the way to Mt McKinley glinting in the distance. It's ...

      What all am I doing here?

      A travel blog entry by rodk on Nov 17, 2013

      8 comments, 46 photos

      ... people leading efforts for better management of lands and seas including greater engagement in research and monitoring activities in remote Alaskan ecosystems.

      At the invitation of my fellow Australian Fulbright Scholar, Michelle Evans, I enjoyed breakfast with Willie Hensley – a revered native Alaskan leader who was a key figure in securing native title rights to land as well as the multi-million $$ settlement that established the ...

      Looking down; looking back

      A travel blog entry by zingerin on Aug 26, 2013

      ... been on a cruise. I learned early on that I'm not a good candidate for large group travel when I was 19 and went to Rome for a summer abroad. The first three days, they loaded us on a bus and took us to all the major sights so we could get our bearings before they turned us loose. The first three days were my least favorite, but I relished every minute of the rest of it. Now I really enjoy walking tours - for a few hours - but that's enough. Planning this was ...

      Denali, here we come.

      A travel blog entry by pbauer on Aug 07, 2013

      Bye Anchorage. A mist rain and 55 degrees as we leave but still nice. About 250 miles to Denali. Stopping in Takeetna which is about half way for lunch and some shopping (surprise) Takeetna was as we remembered it: historic, quaint gift shops and rustic restaurants. Had seafood chowder and Alaskan Red King ...