Blue Raven B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and I have a pretty good backpacking strategy which involves rolling our clothes and stuffing them in ziplock bags, then taking the air out of the bags. Makes for some super wrinkled clothes, but nothing a hotel hair dryer can't fix (if the hotel has one - if not, then you're **** out of luck). Takes up a lot less room than just throwing your clothes in the backpack. What's also pretty funny is when I ask ...
... The other night I was rewarded with a superb showing of the Northern lights. Spectacular! We stayed out for three hours and it was chilly, but a hot chocolate and maple sugar cookie saved the day! Yesterday I went dog sledding, but I relented to being a passenger as it was too cold for me to grip the sled handles, even with my beaver skin mittens. The dogs are Alaskan Huskies, with short hair, very lean ...
... to go check out the waterfalls we saw on our drive into town. We started at Alexandra Falls and headed down the trail, following the river in the gorge to Louise Falls. Alexandra Falls is 105ft high with a rock ledge along the shore where you can walk right up to the edge of the falls. It wasn't until after we continued down the trail and looked back at he falls that we realized the cliff we were standing on was very ...
... along the route, we drove into Yellowknife! A decent size city, and from the first looks of things, it has every amenity one could ask for! We arrived at Becca’s home, and if I remember correctly, once we had finished introductions, we took one long nap!
Several of the photos were from the days following our arrival, where Becca took me to some ...
... with that too.
The lodge is also beautiful. This is where the kitchen, lounge and bar are. There are also 5 rooms in the lodge on the second floor. The ones facing east are called the sunrise rooms and the ones facing west are called the sunset rooms. They both have nice views, although the sunrise rooms are better since you won't see any of the pipes and they, of course, offer the best views of the sunrise.
Of course, you can also head down to the main ...