SpringHill Suites Anchorage University Lake
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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So, we first want to the Alaska Aviation Museum which was small, but both Rob and Zach in particular really enjoyed watching thru and looking at the aircraft. I enjoyed watching the nearby float planes take off and land, it made me think ahead to when Zach and I would be taking a float plane to the Anan Bear Observatory.
Then, my plan was …
Today we visited the Alaskan heritage museum it was extremely cool. It had replicas of all of the housing methods of the native Americans in Alaska. Most of the houses were made underground and were very hot and roomy. The wooden houses were huge and usually had a dancing circle in the center of the hut. The native Americans on ...
... a vehicle with not a lot of brakes and limited directional control.
Once out of the industrial area outside town, the scenery was quite pretty with dense conifer stands, bright green deciduous trees, steep mountains and fast flowing streams - your normal Alaska experience. Murray gradually brought the speed up to near the limit, but we still tended to get traffic banking up behind us. We occasionally had to pass a slower vehicle, but not often. We spent a fair bit ...
... Travelodge would have been willing to hold our bags for us, and we might have been stuck sitting in the airport all day, waiting for a 9 p.m. flight.)
Since we had the car, spent the early morning tracking down some Geocaches in which to drop the remaining travel bugs that I hauled all the way to England and back (couldn’t find caches big enough to drop them). Success! Delivered four TBs to Alaska.
Spent most of ...
... a conversation because he is a motorcycle rider as well. When he got to Liard ahead of me, he told George about our meeting. So, when I pulled into our campsite at Liard and this tall gray haired guy with a salt and pepper colored beard asked me if I was Brian, I was beginning to wonder if I was in trouble! How did he know me? Well, this is how it works. Word seems to travel faster than I can.
Its hard ...