Timberline Drive BnB
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Sleeping late and waking up to beautiful glacier views in a comfortable bed was luxurious. Unfortunately, soon after we got up the hotel lost power. Grateful we weren't in the elevators when it happened, we gathered up the boys and decided to get breakfast and do some of the hikes around the resort. No electricity meant no ATM machine and no CC machines that worked. Thankfully, one of the employees offered to drive us into Girdwood to use the ATM there. They also had a ...
... fishing mecca for salmon. The rivers were full with rafters fishing, waders fishing, dip netters fishing and the guides really raking it in! I told Bud that he should join in but he said there were just too many folks in the water. Fishing is a sport that is best done in quiet solitude, not with chaos.
Soldotna was larger than I expected with Fred Meyer stores, DQ, Target, car dealerships, and more. ...
... hour long but was, as usual, a very scenic one. Anytime your on your way somewhere in Alaska on a bus the driver will give you commentary on what you are seeing around you. They are all a plethora of knowledge and usually quite funny. If you happen to spot some wild life and it's possible they will always try and pull the bus over or at least slow down so you can have a look and take some pictures. Along all the roads in Alaska there are pull offs everywhere ...
... 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 ...
... sanctuary for orphaned or wounded animals that are helped and restored to the wild. They are currently relocating a lot of wood bison. It was starting to rain and we turned toward Portage Glacier and Whittier. Portage can not be seen from the road any longer it is receding heavily. We went on through the Anderson tunnel (2.5 miles) that serves the railroad and truck traffic. One lane ...