Pippin Lake Bed and Breakfast

Address: 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

    ... we said our goodbyes he drove to the fish wheel on the Copper River so he could show me where he & Sheila had gathered fish last weekend (I think about 45 salmon). The river was running quite fast & the wheel had scooped up about 8 salmon that were in the holding tank waiting to be collected by the owner. He said that people are usually very protective about their fish wheels so he & Sheila were privileged to be able to be given the use of one.

    Nearby is a ...

    Happy Days Are Here Again

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

    2 comments, 21 photos

    Roger, Chris, and I, along with Mike our guide, are standing on the dock after flying back from Beluga Lake, brainstorming on how to salvage the week and go after Reds. "Reds," I thought, I'm ready to go after pinks, silvers, or blues for that matter. I got hooked and ripped by the Beluga Lake trip; I'm now ready to hook some fish, any fish. Get the hook out of your butt, I thought, and go talk to Mike about other options.
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    Summer has arrived in Alaska!

    A travel blog entry by debdana on Jun 22, 2012

    15 photos

    ... To me, the reindeer sausage tasted like kielbasa.

    We left the Alaska Highway and started on Alaska Highway #1, which is called the "Tok Cutoff." Along the way we saw very pretty lakes and saw several moose. Dana spotted them first, in a pond off to the left of the road. They are huge! How did he see them first, he is supposed to be watching the road.

    Down the road a bit further, we saw more trumpeter swans. ...

    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 ...