Alaska'S Select Inn Hotel
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... I say "the lower 48". Now that I have permanently lived here for 5 years it feels like home and I know I can always fall back to Alaska if I ever needed to. The homey small town feeling will stay with me forever.
Living in Alaska has given me SO many adventurous opportunities. Anywhere you go you will find either a trail to walk/ATV on or a mountain to hike. Taking the adventurous route has been my life motto. (I mean who wants to love ...
... the babies. They stand about 5' tall with short legs. This farm is non profit. No animals are killed for food. Every spring they are hand combed for the qiviut which is rare and expensive. They are not part of the elk, moose, bison or caribou family but a goat! This evening the staff prepared a burger and reindeer sausage dinner. Tasty and ...
... river, dense forest, desolate tundra and miles of windswept coast at the mushers and their dog teams. Add to that temperatures far below zero, winds that can cause a complete loss of visibility, the hazards of overflow, long hours of darkness and treacherous climbs and side hills, and you have the Iditarod. A race extraordinaire, a race only possible in Alaska."
Each team of 12 to 16 dogs & their musher cover over 1,049 miles (this is the symbolic number of race ...
... which one can't get a job without an address, although I was told later that it's not that difficult to get an address.
The sun was shining & it was a glorious day as I walked round the city looking for things I hadn't seen before.I took a reindeer dog with all the trimmings to Sheila & changed into shorts as I was boiled then went to 'Kobruk', a cafe & lovely gift shop with lots of unusual things, I could have bought loads to send home ...
... by selling knitted goods. They aren't cheap though....a scarf could easily be close to $200. A skein of their yarn, let's say 200 yards is $95, vs cashmere which could reasonably be $45.
While we were touring we saw first hand that they are pretty aggressive. Tim was standing squarely facing a small herd of them and one charged him! It was all a bluff as she didn’t hit the fence, ...