Pioneer Ridge Bed And Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... And wildlife is hidden behind woods all about. On the news one night, the homeless living in tents in city arks were complaining that bears were destroying their homes and stealing their food! Downtown is a mixed area of new low rise office buildings, hotels, and old original buildings from the 20s - 30s and 40s. Every weekend is The Market, where local artists and craftsmen come to sell their wares - from furs, ...
... drove us to a Mexican restaurant in Wasilla, it had begun to rain & there was lighteniing as we were driving along. Before long the rain got extremely heavy, we could hardly see, water was pouring off the roads & the ditches were overflowing. Eddie expressed surprise at how heavy the rain was & said that they never have rain like that. Sheila dropped us at the door, went to park the car & met us inside. The restaurant was huge, I don't know why ...
Today was a driving day from Denali on our way to Valdez. We did manage one last ranger talk in Denali - a sled dog demonstration of Alaskan Huskies. With all of the modern technology it's ironic that the most reliable form of transportation during the harsh winters are still sled dogs. During the 60's - 80's the park tried other fancy winter vehicles. But none have been as consistent and dependable ...
... worth having in my box or pack, and while the bear may sniff, he wouldn't be interested. Our hard earned salmon was another story!! There's no way I was letting the bear take off with our fish. We got to the truck and watched the bear from a distance, shotgun in hand. We watched it swim around, then retreat to the forest. After a while, we walked back and continued fishing. The shotgun was by our side. After we had our fill of fishing (we reached our limit), we walked back ...
Our Tentative Itinerary...(though I think it has already changed...) 04 March - Day 01 - Arrival Day Flying into Kathmandu it is possible to see below you the Himalayas that you will soon have a chance to taste up close and personal. When you arrive at the airport we will be waiting for you, simply look for the sign with your name on it. The drive into the city takes approximately 25 minutes. There are no activities planned during the day today but in ...