Timberlings Bed and Breakfast

Address: Mile 57.3 Glenn Highway, Palmer, Alaska, 99645, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on Mile 57.3 Glenn Highway, Palmer, is near Musk Ox Farm, Reindeer Farm, Colony Junction, and Alaska's Trails and Tails.
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Travel Blogs from Palmer

Matanuska Glacier

A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 13, 2015

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... was left all the land, right up to the glacier. Once he found it he couldn't mine or farm it he decided to build a access road to the glacier and charge a small entrance fee for people to use it. In doing so he made Matanuska Glacier one of the most easily accessible glaciers in the world; you can drive almost all the way to its terminal face.

Our guide's name was Chris, and like most guides we have met the past three years, he is not a native ...

Stuck In Palmer

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 02, 2015

16 photos

... the glacial soils provide organic matter to keep nutrients in the root zone, many insect pests, diseases, and weeds that are common in the lower 48 are not common in Alaska, and there is plenty of sunlight in the summer to help plants grow. In June, Palmer gets 19 hours of daylight every day, so crops can keep growing until midnight. The sunlight also makes crops ...

Need some time for R & R ... Water Heater repairs!

A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Aug 01, 2015

52 photos

... 8230; remember they have to draw the 2 pieces of metal together tight enough to seal the metal to steam pressure…

They also have the tender apart with the tank outside going through a grit blast… repair of
some cracks… replacement of some baffles and finally epoxy primer and then epoxy paint that can be submersed in water (inside of ...

On the Road to Denali

A travel blog entry by efrohoff on Jul 12, 2015

23 photos

... no roadwork signs but yet we slow to a stop. And wait. And wait, turning the engine off as we see people waking around on the road. Thirty minutes later a stream of cars flows past us, and suddenly the line in front of us moves...and stops. Gravel trucks pass us on the wrong side of the road. Again we wait. A man gets out of the car behind us and walks up the hillside of fireweed and shrubs, guess he couldn't wait any longer.

Another thirty minutes go by ...

History Lesson - FDR's New Deal

A travel blog entry by retired.jewells on Jul 09, 2015

... 8211; a few families lost children to illnesses contracted in the close quarters, a few received injuries, a few realized they would be working the rest of their lives to pay off their debt, and a few just indicated their wives would not remain in Alaska. More than 60% of the original colonists left within a few years. The government recruited replacement families through 1940. While the government-led colonization discontinued, the A.R.R.C is still ...

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