Alaska Creekside Cabins
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... Hatcher Pass)…this mine over about 6-7 years removed about 180,000 ounces of gold using mostly Placer Mining practices ( Underground Mining And Beneficiation Methods ,Gold placer ... ) … most of the gold was imbedded in rock so the rock was crushed into a powder… that was mixed with mercury and the gold would adhere to the mercury and ...
... to hold the camera. We stopped to get a photo of Mt Drum with the Copper River Basin behind.
The forests vary with the soil conditions. The black spruce (I thought they were pines) grow were the soil is poor or wet. The white spruce, aspens, and birch grow in better conditions. there is evidence of burned areas. Some of the roads are long and winding. This is slow going. The traffic was pretty light until we got near ...
... the babies. They stand about 5' tall with short legs. This farm is non profit. No animals are killed for food. Every spring they are hand combed for the qiviut which is rare and expensive. They are not part of the elk, moose, bison or caribou family but a goat! This evening the staff prepared a burger and reindeer sausage dinner. Tasty and ...
... concealed weapons in public. No state permit is required to purchase a weapon but it is at least illegal to sell a concealable weapon to a convicted felon. Machine guns are ok but there are limits to the size of weapons - ie you can’t saw the barrel off. This summer, a man walking alone in the Chugach State Forest (adjacent to Anchorage) was charged by a bear. He survived the encounter by despatching the bear with an AK-74 assault rifle – which ...
... and Uncle Canuk who are in the mid to late 80's.
It was a beautiful sunny day and the scenery was awesome as usual. The animals were all fine except Newman which was to be expected.
Our first RV Park was the River's Edge which is right on the Chena River.