BEST WESTERN PLUS Chena River Lodge
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... clear skies. The only problem is that by the time I decided to wake up Kim and Kay and then went back to the laptop, the clouds were already rolling in. I waited 15 minutes before going any further. Completely cloudy. Again.
Time for bed. I no more than got into bed and turned all lights out and the loudest noise shook the room. All three of us arose to the clatter! Kim said she was ...
... She is commissioned for quilts and has people all over the place that save the bags for her. The details in these quilts are remarkable.
We never knew that Crown Royal quilts were a thing but if you Google it, there are patterns and quite the following for this concept. Debbie must obviously have a lot of friends that booze it up because she's stockpiled almost a thousand bags for future projects! Crown must also be a big thing ...
Our travels took an unanticipated direction today, when I realised that due to roadworks we were not going to make it in time for our evening tour to Chena Hot Springs in Fairbanks. I was fortunate to be able to arrange an earlier transfer with 1st Alaska Outdoor School. Arni was our driver/guide and he was great - a wealth of knowledge, entertaining, and even recited poetry. There were only 4 of us on the transfer so we had a really personalised journey. ...
... unseen home. As we get 4 hours into the drive we stop for gas at $4.50 a gallon. While I waited to buy something, the hunters (caribou season) in line warned me that we needed to be on the road before the army envoy left. They travel at 30 mph but pull over every 30 minutes when you can pass them.
When we pulled up there were army trucks everywhere and soldiers in gear getting ready for a drill. So ...
... could have waved to her. We were jigging for bait fish. Five fishermen filled 2 twenty litre buckets with pollock in about 20 minutes. As soon as your jig hit the water the fish was on. We then motored for about 2 hours to the halibut grounds. I was the first to catch my limit of 2 fish, a 30lb and a 37lb halibut. These were tiddlers compared to what one of the Texans on board caught. It was a huge 198lb halibut which took 25 minutes to land and the captain and the deck hand all ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services