Travel Blogs from Juneau
We stopped after about 15 minutes for the dogs to cool down as they don't usually race in summer. I said hello to them all - it was good to pat and cuddle them. (missing Sam a lot!)
On the next stretch we had our photo taken and we bought this because it shows us happy and waving. We found the sledding exhilarating indeed. The dogs poop on the run and sometimes the sled had to run over that which made your nose buds tingle!!
Back at the dog camp we ...
... on their feet. As we were being pulled along some of the dogs lost their socks, and ever helpful Adam kept swooping down and picking up them. Mind you he had to be carful what he was picking up, the track was also littered with dog poo. Matthew started off by driving the rear sleigh, with Stuart in that sleigh, and Adam and Helen in the front sleigh with Sam driving. At every stop we did we had a swap of the driver and sleighs. The whole experience ...
Well, as previewed the past couple of days, with an extended layover here in Juneau through tomorrow and continued rainy weather, I didn't have a whole lot of expectations for today. Well, sometimes that's exactly when a surprise great day will materialize...thanks to those friendly Alaskans.
One of my dear IRL and FB friends, Leslie, who now lives in Michigan but spent many years of her younger life living in Juneau, saw my recent updates ...
... named after two mining prospectors called Joe Juneau and Richard Harris who found gold in October 1880. A small town called Gold Creek was formed and then it was renamed Harrisville. Then there was a vote and it became Juneau as it is today. Juneau became the Capital City in Canada in 1906.
Juneau is a city nestling between Mt Juneau and Mt Roberts, which give natural protection against the cold winds that are part of Alaska. It is ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
More great choices in Juneau
Search TripAdvisor for more deals in Juneau
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations