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 ...
... in bed until 8:30 am so it mustn’t have been too bad. It was easy to pack up today as the van wasn’t plugged in to anything. We ate muesli bars for breakfast as cereal and milk wasn’t appealing to either of us.
I decided to drive as soon as we got out of the park as I didn’t want to drive into Anchorage as it is the biggest city in Alaska with most of the population of Alaska. I think it has 200,000 people and another 100,000 close by.
The highway ...
... put on a show for us, and I got great photos of otters, tigers, and Grizzly Bears. We learned that domestic Yaks are different from wild Yaks--actually different species--and Reindeer is just the name for domesticated Caribou. Spent about 4 hours there, all told, so I can highly recommend the place as a good investment of $12.
We both passed on the reindeer hot dogs for lunch, though....
... get serviced and a set of tires for the rest of my riding in Alaska. I woke up a couple hours later to be greeted by a father and son team of Scott and John Satterthwaite from Atascadero, CA. Wes was with them and Craig another rider joined in as well. Richard and Jason were there as well. We had a great time talking and sharing stories before Scott and I rode to the shop to see about our service. John brought me ...
... Art is in the eye of the beholder." Bill really does not care for the piece at all and I must agree with his taste in art.
Jim and I spent some time in downtown Anchorage tasting Russian potato dumplings from a guy born in Sicily, Italy raised in Argentina and now saving every last dime to get out of Alaska and move to Colorado!! He was a funny guy and his dumplings were quite good, although I question how Russian they were. Maybe ...