Alaska Kozey Cabins

Address: 351 E Spruce Avenue, Wasilla, Alaska, 99654, United States | Campground
 
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      Travel Blogs from Wasilla

      Food Pantry & Chamber of Commerce

      A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 27, 2013

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... items customers can select themselves small boxes of staples were prepared by The Food Pantry staff.

      In the summer holidays a table is put outside & school kids receive a meal, for many it is the only meal they would have that day.

      Two Down Syndrome teens were working in the kitchen dividing up & bagging frozen meat patties. I asked them if they minded if I took their photo, the girl, Kendall, said that she didn’t know, but Glacier said that I ...

      Market & tiki touring day

      A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 03, 2013

      3 comments, 26 photos

      ... miners & homesteaders began to populate the area. The Palmer Post Office was opened 6 July 1917. With railroad in the area, new markets for agriculture began to open up for farmers in the Matanuska Valley, with the result that in 1 year Palmer changed from just a whistle stop rail siding to a planned community. US$11 million dollars from Federal Emergency Relief Administration was spent to create the town of Palmer & relocate 203 families from hard hit regions of ...

      Summer Fishing

      A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Jul 12, 2013

      12 photos

      ... me going all day. I was starting to get a reputation at Sheep Creek, and all the locals knew me by this point. I spent all my free time up there, and always lots of salmon. Josh would meet me there most days, and we would fish til it got too dark to see, generally around 2 or 3 am. Then we would head home with our catches...Josh never knew he had created a monster on that day at Troop Lake, where he introduced me to fishing and I caught my first fish...I am quite literally addicted.
      ...

      101 Reasons to Use a Travel Agent

      A travel blog entry by cacique.tourism on Dec 11, 2012

      ... bugs) without meaning to.
      28. Local Traditions
      Travel specialists can update you on all local traditions and customs of places you are visiting, so you make a good impression. For example, in Japan many people expect their visitors to take their shoes off before entering their homes.
      29. Local Laws
      Many countries have laws that are very different from your own. Travel agents can help give you a quick rundown of what you need to ...

      A Rottwieller wearing lipstick!

      A travel blog entry by rmhtraveller on Aug 18, 2012

      1 comment, 8 photos

      ... We had a pleasant visit to her home, which had magnificent views, met her husband, then wen on our way to our next stop - the musk-ox farm.
      The musk ox yields one of the lightest, warmest and softest fibres known to man. This is a cooperative and once the fibre has been harvested, it is sent to a processor in one of the other states to be spun into yarn. The yarn is posted to native women knitters in ...