Westmark Inn Tok
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsWestmark Inn Tok
Although the room was not as nice as our stay in Dawson City, the bed was great, the room very clean and the staff was helpful. Another positive Westmark experience.
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... up hearing these evil talesOf the demon brute with talons as nailsAnd teeth that maul with a bloody gore. He set out one day; heavy rifle he bore.To kill a devil monster was his mission in mind,On this he was set, and never looked behind. The hot, spring day caused beads of sweat,As he wiped his brow, to rest he would let. He set himself down by a cool, flowing brook.He saw a fish swim by and he baited a hook. He caught ...
The next day was a day of projects. Josh and Jay had to move the old cabin floor. When Josh and I tore down the old cabin last year, we had stalled too long in moving the floor and winter froze it in, but now that everything was thawed, it was time to relocate it. With a great deal of effort and an entire morning, they two guys moved it over to the other side of the field. I, on the other hand, had my work cut out for me in tanning Josh's black bear hide. The greasy hide ...
... have picked it up thinking it had been left behind and left it in a more obvious area. Well, result = immediate change of mood. It must've been my day.
Shortly after this, the ferry arrived and we were aboard for a 7 hr trip to Valdez. After securing Nelson and his gear on the car deck, it was up to the upper decks for some whale spotting. On the trip I saw 4 humpbacks, 2 pods of Orca's, porpoises, a seal colony, AND icebergs.
... bear decided we were not worth it's worry and it continued down the trail beneath us. I lost sight of it behind my still-upraised arm, but knew it was literally right below us. I moved slightly to get it in view. The medium sized blackie was pawing at our peanut butter and jelly remains at the bottom of our ladder; for a split second, I thought he would climb up, but he didn't. He was too occupied daintily devouring the sandwiches. Josh twitched as he prepared to ...
Trapping season ended over two months at the end of February, and since then, Josh and I have been stuck in Wasilla. Poor Josh hurt his back at some point over the winter, and has been laid up in the living room recliner most of the time recovering, when he was not going to therapy and doctor's appointments. Our first week off in May, however, marked our journey northward again. He was feeling well enough (although not healed by any means) to male the trip, and I was ...