Mountain Sky Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
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... on base and also top off our LP tank as we will be doing some dry camping. Our goal is to get east on the Glenn highway to Glennallen, 189 miles down the road. This is territory we have traveled before when we came down here from Fairbanks. When we get to Glennallen, we will head south on the Ric******* highway to Valdez. Another "End of the Road" town! This is where the pipeline ends it's 800 mile journey from the ...
... Until Sunday! We met at the car to leave for pancakes and Doug and Mike were wearing the same shirt! They say it wasn't planned. The parade was fun. All the floats, fire trucks, the high school football team, and the governor of Alaska. After the parade, Alyeska Oil Company provides hamburgers and hot dogs for everyone. We had to check this out. While we were eating the delicious food we saw the governor. Doug and Mike had to have ...
... across the oceans as needed... he says he’s been at this for 10 years and hopes to travel another 10 years… See photos… this one had a tall box on the back… we saw another one (red) in Ninilchik… that one had a two piece camper where to top raised 3 ft or so when they were parked… In either case they were both very rugged trucks and had diesels with automatic transmissions from their mid-range truck production… The green one we played ...
Our trip to Meares Glacier was fantastic. Great boat, lovely sunny weather and excellent commentary from our Captain, Amanda, on the Stan Stephens Valdez Spirit. We first had a look at the oil terminal from the ocean side, then cruised out through Prince William Sound, towards the sea, stopping to see sea otters, 3 orcas, a hump back whale (twice), harbour seals, Steller Sea Lions, bald eagles, Dall porpoises, all ...
... seem nearly late enough by how not dark it was outside. What an incredible day!!
That brings me to today, May 31st, we arrived here in Valdez around 4:30pm after travelling Alaska Highway 1 from the junction in Tok by about 8:30am to Gakona Junction where we took the Alaska Highway 4. Lunch was at a drive-through expresso place at Gakona Junction-- salmon sandwich on a croissant and Indian taco-- DELICIOUS!