Grand View Inn and Suites
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... of dirt road with some of it very challenging, especially on a 1,000 pound loaded Harley. Started the day looking for some of the large vegetables grown in Palmer. For those knowing Jim, eating vegetables is not high on his list. They had a welcome sign for him at McDonalds at breakfast to ease the pain.
Went to Anchorage Baptist Temple to church and it was a very nice Bible preaching church. Then we went to lunch at Applebees and then headed to the Ulu Factory and took the trolley uptown and went to the visitor center. Then we took trolley back to the truck and left. On the way down the road Lee noticed a pink envelope on his side tucked under the wiper blade. Yep, it was a ...
With our decision made to leave Denali today, of course, the sun would be shining as we left. We did ride the nine miles into the park to check on the mountain's visibility, but it was well covered with clouds. So we started our journey south.
As we traveled the Parks Highway, there are numerous places where it is possible to see Mt. McKinley if the clouds decide to depart. So we pulled into a number of ...
... We have found our door isn't completely sealed the best that it could be and so dust does get in there and we just have to wipe up after we go through those construction areas. Shane is working on getting a better seal there. We got one chip in a window on a gravel road - when trucks go by and rocks get thrown it can easily happen - and that has nothing to do with the age of the camper. All the vehicles up here have chips and cracks in their windshields! We do try to cover ...
... the truth is I was really at the Fair for the vegetables.
Alaska with its long summer days has perfected the art of growing enormous vegetables and the state fair is the place to exhibit them. Pushing forward through the crowd, I spied cabbages 1 m in diameter, zucchinis to make a girl’s eyes water, award-winning grotesque multi-stemmed carrots and eggplants the size of watermelons. But it is the pumpkins that draw the crowds. Last year ...