Alaska Creekside Cabins
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After packing up camp I headed back out to the parks entrance to check out the other camp sites. As I crossed the hill near camp, I could see the large storm front moving towards Denali. I had a hot shower at the visitors centre and determined that the camp ground wouldn't be the best spot to be spend any time in wet weather as there was little in the way of storm shelters. After speaking to a local, he ...
... his & he posed for me!
Eddie was going to drop me home prior to the Chamber of Commerce meeting he was going to attend but then said I could go if I wanted, so I did as I wanted to know what it was about. The meeting was held in the Grandview Hotel in Wasilla, we were early, as Eddie had expected to take me home first. There was a buffet lunch, which we partook of & Eddie introduced me to several people. There were 2 speakers, one owned a small printing ...
I was downstairs when Sheila got home & she came down to chat asking about Fairbanks, Barrow & my drive to Kenai. I said they were all great, that is apart from Homer! & thanked her for putting me in touch with her brother & family as they are such lovely people.
We stayed up late talking intermittently & watching TV, Eddie was the first to fade!! When I went down I worked on my blog (I am sooo far behind) for some time before turning the light out.
... plants: stinging nettle, twisted stalk, and lambs quarter for fresh spring salads, raspberry leaves, valerian root, and rose petals for tea and many more.
Toward the beginning of July, the midnight sun was in full swing and so were the weeds! The first green veggies had also arrived, it was hard to not have an enormous fresh salad for lunch and dinner. In farm tradition, nearly each week everyone would get together ...
... and they knit up the wool in their own time, into scarves, hats and other small garments. They only uyse specific native patterns, and they earn 80% of the profit from the sale of the items.
After lunch, we were taken to a deer farm, so we could see the deer, moose, bison, and other unique animals, before visiting a Russian Orthodox church and graveyard, which was incredibly interesting. The native ...