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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... An influx of mountaineers from around the world began in the late 1960's. They came seeking to scale 20,320 foot Mt McKinley (also known for its native name Denali) A most enjoyable meal this evening in one of the dining rooms. P.S Interesting additions Double Lane Highway most of the way.....when roads are constructed, included is another track for bikes, walkers etc. (Great idea) The Fred Meyer shop was in the town of Wasilla ...
... s back roads & Connie drove me around the area a bit a few weeks ago to show me some of the houses, including hers.
The Wasilla Food Pantry was founded in 1989 as a ministry of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Wasilla to meet the need for emergency food for people within the community. In 1992, It became a member of the Valley Christian Conference & organized under the guidance of a board of directors. On March 24, 1994 it became registered as a ...
... it was 7.30am & the flight was due to take off at 8.15am. It was so great getting to know Colleen, Phil & the girls, they are such a lovely family & are so good to Tanya.
The cloud was low as I drove the 5 minutes to Valdez airport, actually I didn't know if I was at the right place so asked someone, it is so low key. After leaving the Price's car in the long term parking & ensuring it was secure by leaving the ignition key under the front mat (but not ...
... I were planning a trip to Alaska, and that we’d be going to Anchorage, he asked us to try to look up Otter Lake and to see what we could find out about it. So of course we agreed! You have to understand that my
Dad has the best memory of anyone I know. We have found many times over that he never mixes up facts, locations or people even from life events that happened 60 or 70 years ago. So, when he told us there was an Otter Lake near Anchorage, we ...
... I guess), they were not just heads, it was the whole darn animal. Since we had eaten breakfast before we left Alyeska, we did not want much, so we ordered cinnamon rolls. They were made on site and were just fantastic. While I had no business eating a whole one, somehow I could not help myself and devoured the whole darn thingBack to the Mica guides location and we got suited up. They had a number of guides in "training" to show us how to put on the ...