Arctic Adventure Hostel
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... go out and find out more about this amazing town. I have all ways wonted to come hear because I have heard so much about this place from other travails and I now see why they recommend this place.
at about 10 o'clock I left the hostel and went and introduced my self to some of the people around the town. What a worm welcome I got from the native Americans. The knowledge they had about anchorage was unbelievable. Things like who ...
... and had planned to go to a movie that night but ended up falling asleep around 9pm thanks to a food coma and lack of sleep. Today we walked downtown for breakfast and drove around the city checking out a couple parks. I found a bakery that sold macaroons and was REALLY excited to go buy some but unfortunately found out they are closed on Mondays. :-( The job ...
... with the largest being the Surprise Glacier. You don't realize how big these glaciers are until you are able to compare it to a ship that is nearby. Later we went into the Barry Arm which has three glaciers next to each other: The Coxe, The Barry and The Cascade Glacier. Two of these, The Coxe and The Barry used to come together where the ice and water meet, but now the ice has receded so that they are now 8 miles apart so the effects of global warming ...
... used to carry our bikes on the parts that are Non rideable Approx. 2km of sealed road starts the race along Besi Sahar main street. The trail soon turns to rough jeep track, and follows the course of the Marshyangdi river along the left side of the valley. After approx. 30km The jeep track runs out and from then its 11km of mainly push and carry up steep rocky climbs with a final 1km descent into the flat valley surrounding Taal. ...
Today we head to Talkeetna. We head out and guess what… they have construction here too! Pretty sure that was just to make us feel at home. It's a day of laughter and reminiscing of the last few days. Busting up over previous days antics (nice heart rock Kerri) We decide to stop at Girdwood and ride the tram at Mt. Aleyska. The views are incredible and of course Kellei is up for ...