Grand View Inn and Suites
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... wafted up and down, hugging the black canyon walls to catch currents that would carry them high above the summit. When we crested, there was Summit Lake with campers dipping into the frigid water. The highway was entirely hard packed dirt with the steepest grades so far but the beauty of it all abated my fears. Meeting an oncoming car was treacherous with the single lane of travel and no shoulders. Etiquette dictates that the car going up the ...
... sled. In 1925 part of the Iditarod Trail became a life saving highway for epidemic-stricken Nome. Diphtheria threatened & serum needed to be taken in & was done so by dog mushers & their faithful dogs.
The Iditarod has been called The Last Great Race on Earth. Someone said "You can’t compare it to any other competitive event in the world! A race over the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer. She throws jagged mountain ...
... the purple gate for more. Michelle's time had run out & she had to go, Eddie had a fair number of volunteers & they were winding the collecting up for the night so I took the opportunity to explore whilst I still had the car. I went into the Visitor's Centre in Palmer to get a map or two, had a quick coffee & then set off for Hatcher Pass. I had been part of the way up when Connie came to Sheila & Eddie's for dinner & then took us tiki touring but I wanted to go right ...
... 1 puller. They had to get that outhouse down the street, around a post, and back. There were several heats with a winner and loser bracket tournament. I guess we had missed the bed races! The teams had very colorful names including The Skid Marks, A Pot to **** In etc.
I mentioned Fur Rondy in an earlier blog page, short for Fur Rendezvous, it was a Fur traders event from days past and a very important part of Anchorage history ...
... beginnings, Anchorage grew to Alaska’s largest city, home to more than 40 percent of the state’s population.
On our way to Anchorage, we stopped at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center (AWCC). During our 3 day stay in Anchorage, we visited the Alaska Native Heritage Center and shopped in downtown ...