Wasilla Backpackers

3950 Carefree Drive, Wasilla, Alaska, 99654, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Wasilla

Food Pantry & Chamber of Commerce

A travel blog entry by mazb10


... one of the organisers & she was presented with a birthday cake, which was cut up & handed out to everyone at the meeting.

Eddie dropped me home & I spent most of the afternoon working on my blog. It was another beautiful, sunny day but I stayed inside. I began dinner shortly before Eddie got home, he said Sheila was stuck in another traffic jam. When she arrived home she had finished sewing a summer parky for me apart from the pockets, which she had left ...

Things you won't see at other state fairs

A travel blog entry by jackies-world


... was made a diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church
a few years after the United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867.

While a lot of state and county fairs
have giant pumpkins larger than 900 lbs -

Alaska boasts the worlds largest cabbage.

A Rottwieller wearing lipstick!

A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller


... by the families.

On my return to Anchorage, it was straight to the Coast International hotel, where I met my tour group for the next two weeks. Many of the participants are German, and there are a couple of Spanish people - I may yet come home with fluent German!!!!! We shall see....

Tomorrow we start off for Denali National Park, and hoepfully, if the weather is fine, a flight over Mt. McKinley!

Airports galore and our first glimpse of Alaska

A travel blog entry by hinekn

... Fairbanks to the low 30's in Barrow.

Our first flight was uneventful (actually early), but Debbie and Gary's flight was delayed getting into Pittsburgh and now they have a new and lengthy trip - Pittsburgh to Newark to Seattle to Anchorage. Our Philadelphia to Houston to Anchorage seems pretty bland compared to that trip.

I'm intending to take advantage of the time in Houston and get some excellent Mexican food (yum).

Last ...

Day 16: Home.

A travel blog entry by rjsplow


... and kinetic trip literally across a continent. Exhausted from the journey, apprehensive about the future and very, very cold in my new room (the gas company wasn’t to be out for another week and we were running on fumes upon arrival), I had absolutely no clue what the summer had in store for me; just that I had just completed one of the best, beautiful, and craziest experiences of my life. ...


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