Bent Prop Inn & Hostel Of Alaska
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... Indian (Eskimo?) people, some having a little trouble navigating.
We park in a lot where you can pay by telephone at the rate of $1/hr., and update as necessary. We purchase two hours and they will remind us to extend if necessary. Pretty handy. Since it is Saturday, there is a large craft show and flea market going on. We spend over an hour here looking at all the offerings.
We extend our parking two more hours ...
... we saw two cow moose about 8 feet away from us. Just stood and looked at us for quite some time. Some stitches later we headed to Anchorage.
Around Turnagain arm the tide was out and it was muddy. We were told this is a quick sand type mud and not to go out in it. It is the same way around the bay in Anchorage. Sometimes the fisherman get stuck and the fire department has to rescue them.
Once in Anchorage we ...
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... fruit, and honey. If you want the Traditional Recipe jut let me know and I will send it to you!! We said our good byes and headed back to the hotel. We had some free time so we could swim, play games in the lobby, or watch TV and pack in our rooms. Room checks were at 9:30 and lights out at 10. We have an early morning tomorrow. We get up at 6. Check out of our room at 7, have breakfast, and head to Palmer and then to Denali National ...
... deal with the hurdles of the lack of availability of that fuel. Regardless, it s great to catch up, get questions answered, and trade stories. I can see already I'll be a crusty old man hanging out at hangars trying to talk shop to anyone foolish enough to stop and listen. One of the best ideas to come out of the night was how we could solve our dilemma of wanting to fly to Japan from Alaska during daylight hours. Let's camp on the uninhabited island of Attu! The plot ...