Alaska'S Select Inn Hotel
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... Martin showed all the gear used to keep the dogs warm on the trip and the items needed by the mushers.
From there we spent time with five, four week old, sled dog pups. They were quite cuddly and Typhoon their mother was content with us handling them. This helps socialize the pups to the handling they receive as they become Iditarod team dogs.
Tomorrow we will travel the short distance to Anchorage to visit with the ...
... towards us on the side of the road-- I think the truck travelling towards us scared the moose. Only got one poor photo because the moose was too quick. Speaking of photos, it was a good thing we took lots of pictures going to Valdez as it was not nearly so clear coming back through Keystone Canyon and over Thompson Pass.
Glenn Highway was a real treat compared to most of the highways we have travelled on in terms ...
... weighed in at 931 pounds. In 2011 the winner weighed in at 1287 pounds while a 1700 pound monster was disqualified as it had a hole in it. The secrets for growing enormous pumpkins are closely guarded but growers hint at feeding them molasses, liquefied seaweed and steer manure -- and hiring nubile young virgins to dance around them naked. (I wasn’t sure what this did but it sounded good).
But in 2013 there were no pumpkins to be seen. ...
... items customers can select themselves small boxes of staples were prepared by The Food Pantry staff.
In the summer holidays a table is put outside & school kids receive a meal, for many it is the only meal they would have that day.
Two Down Syndrome teens were working in the kitchen dividing up & bagging frozen meat patties. I asked them if they minded if I took their photo, the girl, Kendall, said that she didn’t know, but Glacier said that I ...
I was downstairs when Sheila got home & she came down to chat asking about Fairbanks, Barrow & my drive to Kenai. I said they were all great, that is apart from Homer! & thanked her for putting me in touch with her brother & family as they are such lovely people.
We stayed up late talking intermittently & watching TV, Eddie was the first to fade!! When I went down I worked on my blog (I am sooo far behind) for some time before turning the light out.