Birch Pond Lodge

Address: 370, Willow, Alaska, 99688, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Willow

Fish Fish, and Fish for Kings,- - but no catchy

A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jun 29, 2015

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... large trout on egg patterns, and a lot of Arctic Greylings on dryflys.After three days of chasing Kings we took the afternoon off to drive up Hatcher Pass Road. It is an unpaved 30 miles of winding, twisting, narrow road over a mountain pass. Barb did a great job driving Green Bean under the road conditions. ...

2014 Houston, Alaska, Founders Day

A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Aug 17, 2014

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Larry came to Alaska and we spent our 1st Anniversary doing a fireworks show that I have worked on since the first year Houston (Alaska) celebrated it's "Founder's Day Celebration"

Next Friday we will do the Alaska State Fair Fireworks for his company.

The big discussion was ...

The Iglo

A travel blog entry by wcattell on Jun 08, 2014

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After packing up camp I headed back out to the parks entrance to check out the other camp sites. As I crossed the hill near camp, I could see the large storm front moving towards Denali. I had a hot shower at the visitors centre and determined that the camp ground wouldn't be the best spot to be spend any time in wet weather as there was little in the way of storm shelters. After speaking to a local, he ...

Further immersion in Native culture

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 23, 2013

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I certainly didn't want to get up when I woke at 05.45 but had to if I wanted to nip in to see the native cemetery at Eklutna before returning the car, it was pouring when I left at 7.15am.

Just as well I had jandels on (different colours of course) as there was a fairly deep puddle between me & the gate into Eklutna cemetery. The area was first settled more than 800 years ago & is the oldest inhabited location in the Anchorage area. Russian ...

Whirlwind Alaskan Summer

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Aug 16, 2013

53 photos

... less than ten. We are pros :) What we did discover, however, was if we needed to run down to the Caswell store or somewhere else, we would have to remove the air mattress and tent, then re-situate it once we returned. After this first camping trip, we actually started taking 2 vehicles as we would often run the few miles down to the store. I remember one time, Josh had woken up early for some reason, but I was cozy and not ready to get up at 0600. He said he was going to run down to ...

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11. Birch Lodge in all its glory
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