Wild Edge Lodge
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"The light in Alaska in particular is so beautiful. So beautiful! Such incredible light."
Breakfast in the dining room again, this time with a gentleman from LA named John.
The morning held additional educational presentations by our leader, John. This time he spoke ...
... the road open. They mine jade in the area and have huge blocks of it in their yard that the cut into smaller pieces to sell to rich people traveling from of Chicago area. Unfortunately, none of these appeared to be around. The boulders of jade look like ordinary granite until they are cut, polished, and waxed resulting in beautiful dark green specimins. They will sell you any size piece you want from a pin prick to a ...
... 2.5 days up, and another day to get down. It was a challenging route for all of us. Conditions on the route were mixed. We encountered everything from slushy steep snow, steep ice, and different types of rock climbing. We spent two nights bivvied on small ledges on the route, not the most comfortable sleeping arrangement, but comfortable enough to get a few hours of sleep each night. No part of the route was particularly easy ...
... Cheese (from the Kids menu) and Deep Dish Apple and Cranberry Pie
Nikki: Crab stuffed Tomato, Cranberry Salad, Mushroom and Spinach wrap, and Deep Dish Apple and Cranberry Pie
Regan: Potato and Goat Cheese Stack, Potato Leek Soup, Beef Wellington and Chocolate Decadence
Kelsie: Potato and Goat Cheese Stack, Cranberry Salad, Beef Wellington and Chocolate Decadence.
... If you ever wonder how they get many of the necessities of life up to the remote villages of Alaska, all you have to do is watch all the barge traffic moving north this time of year to know. The barges are stacked high with everything from shipping containers to boats on trailers to a big yellow school bus! If you want it in Arctic wilds and its BIG, you have to wait until the ice melts and the barges make their way ...