Merrill Field Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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As you know, I'm back home in Alaska!
It was a great trip and I was able to meet all of my objectives (interviews, photos of sites, meet with local Rotarians and participate in events). Besides that, I made great friends, visit some amazing places and ate some great food!
Now my job is to help Daniel (in Guayaquil) to finish the Global Grant proposal and to start my PowerPoint presentation so I can present the project to the other clubs ...
... that were carved out of buffalo horns. I can't believe the talent people have. I also about a Russian Nesting Egg that I have wanted for a long time. We left the market and went to Fred Meyers. It is a store similar to Walmart. This store was amazing. It had everything, even Alaskan made items. The students were given 30 minutes to shop for snacks for the last part of our trip and any souvenirs they needed to pick up. Our students were very ...
... ten kilo salmon a day is a lot of fish, unless you are feeding a pack of sled dogs.
Back on the Ric******* Highway, we continued on to Meiers Lake Roadhouse (mile 170) where we could get fresh water. Place looked interesting, but a bit run-down. Felt embarrassed about getting water without buying anything, so bought an enormous hamburger with fries, which we shared. Assume the government gives them something for supplying the water to all the campervans, as they are ...
... people from Aurora Lovers and make more new friends. Kimberly traveled quite a way to meet us after 9:00 and we appreciated that. We enjoyed great pizza and great conversation and went back to the hotel ending our trip on a high note.
We flew back home the next day and although we battled clouds and saw way less aurora action than we would have liked, we met some really fantastic people and made ...
... a lifer & vagabond and made for a good conversationalist. They assured us the weather was going to be alright, and they were right. While it wasn't summery, we couldn't complain given we were going kayaking in early September in Alaska. The first portion of the trip was on a water taxi to where the kayaks were stored. A couple other kayaking companies used the same water taxi, and the water taxi was also taking folks to a remote lodge, so there were easily 15 ...