Susitna Sunsets Bed And Breakfast
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Made our way to Anchorage. Tim had schedule a flight out to take care of some things in SD and I need to get the rig serviced after over 5000 miles. We had a nice dinner on Saturday night and then went to an interesting bar. Checked out downtown the next day and even went into a mall which seemed strange after being so remote for ...
... Ellen almost made it, and Sherry and I bailed not far from the 1 mile mark when the steeper section became evident.
After the hike, food was the agenda so we headed to Moose's Tooth Pizza. It seems to be a popular place with both locals and tourists. We had good service and very good food and reasonable prices so we were happy and ready to go on.
We headed to downtown Anchorage, first to the Ulu ...
... Creek winery for a tasting of their locally grown rhubarb wines and the Salty Dawg, a native dive bar littered with dollar bills from past visitors pinned to the walls, for some local Alaskan beer. While listening to the soccer game and watching the rain pound the pavement outside, we decided it best to abandon our camping spot for the night and head back up north in hopes of drier ground. On our ...
We are going to put in a bit of traveling tonight. Our plan is to call it quits on roadside inn. Before we got to our destination Captain Freak Out needed to cook us a gourmet meal on roadside.... it was awesome, scallops, spotted shrimp "THE BEST", salad and asparagus. this was a roadside first for me.
We finally stopped the rig
at 2:45am in a rest area, We would’ve kept going, but our Captain Freak Out won’t
let anyone else drive because we ...
... and speed increased through the day and I deliberately lag behind occasionally, so, unobserved, I can roar along ever faster. Zooming along at night into a tunnel created by my headlights reflecting on my all-white surroundings, I slip into a Stars Wars fantasy where I’m dodging and weaving on my Speeder Bike in an intergalactic dog fight. A too-fast corner re-asserts the reality of earth bound travel. Out of sight of my companions I glimpse the feeling of being ...