Timberline Drive BnB
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... there was a cool hand pulled tram that took you over a raging river. It was so cool but pretty hard to pull across you could only fit two people across at a time. The walk back was even harder but it was worth it because we got ice cream in Girdwood. When we got back we waited for the McGuigans and the ...
... hurry to walk back to the baby house. It was 10:30 p.m. The mountains across the bay glowed gold in the evening sun so I reluctantly crossed the rocky stream to our lot.
I had planned on visiting the marine life museum this morning but, golly, I wasn't up for an additional $20 of admissions fees when I just wanted a quick visit. So, I left and walked past the whale mural to the shoppes and boutiques of ...
... advantage of the views, a great place to hike or fish or just simply to stop and get out of your vehicle to breathe some fresh air. You don't seem to need a reason in Alaska because any reason is a good one for stopping. Talkeetna is a quaint little town south of the park that is nestled along the banks where 3 rivers meet. The people who live here are mountaineers, fishermen and arts and crafts folks. The drivers told us that back in the day they were a ...
... We were on the Ric******* Highway, heading south. Along the way, Nigel fished the Tiekel River, we approached the edge of Worthington Glacier, admired the view from the top of Thompson Pass and stopped briefly to photograph two waterfalls.
Eventually we arrived in Valdez where ...
We left Homer still in sunshine. We passed the Anchor River, Deep Creek, Ninilchik River and the Kasilof River heading north. We followed the Kenai River through Cooper Landing and turned toward Anchorage at the Seward Hwy junction. We drove through the Alaskan Wildlife Conservation Center which we had visited eight years ago. It was much improved and shows a lot of new construction. This ...