Pioneer Ridge Bed and Breakfast Inn
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On the way back down there became some signs of civilization again. The abandoned wood trestle bridge was a very interesting site.
... to Wasilla, where we will spend the next two nights. As we passed through Willow, the usual location of the official start of the Iditarod, we saw evidence of the wildfire that swept through there two weeks ago. The fire displaced many dog mushers who live in the area and destroyed a number of homes. Fortunately no people or dogs were lost in the fire.
Tomorrow we will visit Martin Buser's Happy Trails ...
... there. After service he proudly introduced Desmond around to his coworkers and friends. My cousin Makayla took the opportunity and showed us the office she is using while she interns there with the youth. Then we left in search of lunch. We've both been craving teriyaki since I mentioned it back in Philly. So we began our quest of Anchorage to find chicken and rice. We found a place advertising ...
... creek running through it and lots of snowmobile and ATV trails. It served our purposes just right as the location was perfect for accessing Hatcher Pass. We rode Doc in and checked out Independence Mine State Historic Site the first day. The next day we rode Doc back in to hike the Reed Lakes Trail- about a 9 mile hike round trip and so a full day hike for us. The next day we took Doc back in to ride the whole Hatcher Pass ...
... items customers can select themselves small boxes of staples were prepared by The Food Pantry staff.
In the summer holidays a table is put outside & school kids receive a meal, for many it is the only meal they would have that day.
Two Down Syndrome teens were working in the kitchen dividing up & bagging frozen meat patties. I asked them if they minded if I took their photo, the girl, Kendall, said that she didn’t know, but Glacier said that I ...