Merrill Field Inn
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... racing dogs are very long legged, lean and a lot smaller than we expected. As the weather is now cooling, they have started taking the dogs on training runs so they hooked a team up to an ATV. They also gave a demonstration of their "hamster wheel" which they use to exercise the dogs. There was a small wheel in the puppy pen which the puppies seemed to love using. They seemed to enjoy running in pairs - exactly as they would run in a sled team.
Our day started by waking up at 3:00am and heading to Logan Airport for our early morning flight. It was a long flight (thank God we were flying first class) to Seattle. Upon arriving in Seattle we had exactly 30 minutes to get across the airport and catch our connecting flight to Anchorage. The scenery from Seattle to Anchorage was breathtaking. ...
... allow us to go (with an "escort car".) Rox mentioned we should take the side-road to "Exit" Glacier. We found that road just a couple miles north of Seward and took the 8 mile trip over there (in about 20 minutes again due to construction that cut the road down to a one-lane affair.) While the glacier could be accessed very closely with a fair amount of hiking, we elected to take the 0.5 ...
... 2 containers of supplies in whatever containers I can find that will pass as approved baggage. We are flying Alaska Airlines and I belong to the 49er club and that means 2 free checked bags.
There are 2 items item on Sr. Adarbera list that might be harder ofr us to help with, I don't know but we will try. These items are:
- A Generator - they need a Three phase type that is Tshs.4.5Million which is equivalent to USD :2840 - ...
... seeing animals - and he stopped And the Bulgarian student who was our waiter at the river cabins. A program hosted by our government That we thought were probably an effort to reduce winter unemployment. He was just glad to be here. Had only gone to the park once in four years but obviously enjoyed his work and was truly a nice person. And the several homeless people in Anchorage and Fairbanks who welcomed us to their cities- ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed