Pippin Lake Bed and Breakfast

82 Richardson Highway, Copper Center, Alaska, 99573, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 82 Richardson Highway, Copper Center.
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    Travel Blogs from Copper Center

    Drive along Glenn Highway

    A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 25, 2013

    85 photos

    ... old days the whole coat told alot about the person, eg what area they were from, if they were married, how many children they had & much more. Whilst talking about the parky Sheila pointed out that there are no penguins in Alaska, nor igloos, it's the Canadian Eskimos who build those.

    I had a look at what there was to do in Talkeetna, apart from walking round the town, which several people said was lovely & looking at pics in the brochures I agreed. There was a 5 ...

    Happy Days Are Here Again

    A travel blog entry by roger.harvey on Jul 17, 2013

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... to fish for Reds. No decision on this one -- forget what Horace Greeley said: "go west young man"; listen to Roger the Artful Dodger whispering in your ear: "go east old man," go after the "Reds."

    Turns out Copper Center is on the way to Valdez, a stop on our way back home. Idea: we can rent a car, the boys can drive to Copper Center and return to Anchorage at the end of the week. They fly home and we travel on to ...

    Kenny Lake

    A travel blog entry by whitesjourneys on Jul 22, 2011

    4 photos

    The morning greeted us to beautiful weather. We passed some amazing lakes reflecting the mountains and clouds. Along the drive, we came across the Sourdough Roadhouse which we had read about. The lady there makes all the baked goods herself. Because she had so many different pies and we couldn't make up our minds, we had to get a slice of each! ...

    Another National Park to love

    A travel blog entry by wmaxtman on Sep 10, 2010

    15 photos

    ... Park. The town was built for the employees and management of the copper mill in the early 1900's. It was very successful and operated until 1938. Some of the buildings have been restored and are being used. Only a few buildings that were in the pictures of the original townsite are completely gone. Some of the buildings are still there but it has been determined they are beyond restoring so will be left until they fall in or become a hazard. Others are in ...

    Extra miles will be worth it

    A travel blog entry by wmaxtman on Sep 09, 2010

    5 photos

    ... the branch road and be that much closer for our drive into Wrangell-St. Elias National Park the next day. It turned out to be the classic of what you see is not always what you get! The first one that sounded good in the book was only 7 miles in on the 30 mile branch road. It looked okay and would be fine but thought we'd try the one closer to Chitina at the end of the road. We drove another 25 miles and found a very rocky (I mean big rocks!) parking area on the side ...