Merrill Field Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Hi All, Well,you might think we are dawdling a bit here in Alyeska and you would be right. We have a booking at Denali National Park for the 21st August. We are looking forward to meeting up with Glen, Dave,Robert, Megan, Aveena and Isen there. So, we don't cover many miles in a day at the moment, not by van anyway.
We visited Homer Spit-,home of ...
... bugs) are not available to rot the fire’s survivors. So they stand, tall and forlorn until someday a wind will knock them over.
As of today, the fire we sighted gain a name and strength. Now known as the Sockeye fire, it has taken out some small communities.
(E) It was the same fire we saw on our way to Denali, and in fact, the road was closed for vehicles soon after we passed there. When we reached Anchorage, our luggage delivery was delayed because ...
... was a big problem with the Klondike Gold Rush. For several decades, sporadic mining took place in the area that is now the Independence Gold Mine. In the spring of 1937, construction began on the Independence camp and mill. Then it became a permanent year-round mining operation. Under the direction of the Alaska-Pacific Consolidated Mining Company the Independence Mine became the second largest gold producer in the Willow Creek district. By 1941, the Independence ...
... I came home and filleted all the fish caught the first day. The salmon tasted delicious and was fresh, now we have enough salmon to eat for days. We took a break and watched a movie. We then went hiking up to the top of flat top mountain (the mountain we live on). It was a great view when you could see all of Anchorage in the surrounding mountains. The hike was really fun and we all enjoyed ...
... 25 per night); 3) it is very close to where Daniel works and the Rotary club HQ. 4) I talked to the owner, Don Luis, and he seems very friendly and accommodating; 5) Daniel visited the hotel and he said it was very comfortable, clean and he knew Don Luis since Don Luis used to be his father's classmate; 6) and of course...it has A/C, free WIFI, laundry, breakfast, private bathroom and cable TV...what more do I want for $25 bucks a night!