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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... were discovered not long ago in north Alaska and are close relatives of those who lived in the Ice Age. They look similar to a small bison with long hair up front parted in the center and two side horns. Really interesting.
Our favorite of all the animals was the red fox. He was a cross between a dog and a cat. A caregiver was in the cage with the fox when we visited and the fox kept running around. When offered ...
... just prior to the chaos. (See photos.) I've got a great video of the process of selecting and hooking up the dogs, and then the dogs running around the track. I'll upload after I get home and convert it.
They ran a team of five dogs today; that was with a virtually empty sled. Generally, they try not to load more than 50 pounds per dog, so a fully loaded sled, with 1000 pounds of gear, will run 20 dogs. The park service does use these dogs ...
- Alaskans deserve a lot of respect for handling their weather like a normal day.
- This land can only be described as majestic and everyone should see it.
- Don't underestimate the power of the climate and be prepared. Don't become Miss West Wing. (Side note: We were Miss West Wing in Barrow!) Again. At no time was anyone's life, ever, in any danger!
- We are now experts ...
... you might need on your trip ahead of time.
79. Family with 3 Small Children and Only Want 1 Room?
A travel expert might be able to find a way to help a family with small children get around the hotel policies of only 4 to a room.
80. Help, I’m Lost!!!!!!
If you should get lost somewhere along the way, your travel agent could be a good outlet for help.
81. It just Makes Sense to Use a Travel Agent.
... s in session and it's still cold in early May. I was wondering where the blue skies and warm days with mountains reflecting on pristine lakes were- I see them in the brochures, but they're not happening! My brochure would have looked more like dreary mountains with blowing snow complete with crying babies and families riding broken bikes. Jasper itself was interesting; seemed like an eating and drinking establishment for skiers and ...