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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Banquet room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Matters! Three cheers for Anchorage!
We drove the Glenn Hwy east to Tok Cutoff skirting the Wrangell mountains and north back to to the Alaskan Hwy. Before leaving Alaska we wanted to go to the little community of Chicken on the Taylor Hwy because we heard from many that it was "an experience." We decided to camp there and take the motorcycle (Doc) on the Top of the World Hwy that crosses the border and runs to the Yukon ...
... week of September, when he was allowed to hunt. This meant traveling up the Taylor. With everything arranged, the ticket was bought and the plans commenced. One week before he was scheduled to arrive, Fish and Game changed the nonresident hunting dates. They pushed it back by two weeks. Well, shoot. (No pun intended.) Caribou was out of the question. Moose weren't moving yet. Now what? Scrambling to find a plan, we wanted to make sure he had the best odds at getting an ...
... early and rode hard, anticipating getting to the cabin. Around mid afternoon, we realized something was wrong. Dad kept saying he thought we were going in the wrong direction, and when his odometer said 21 miles, he couldn't figure out why we were still traversing through the mountains. We should have arrived at the Flats already!!! Then we crested a hill and saw the trail branch off. Josh became angry when he saw flags on the trees. "This trail has been well used, and recently!" ...
... went to Chicken, we stayed at a very nice camp in Tok with nightly singing entertainment, Reindeer stew available at night and sourdough pancake with reindeer sausage for breakfast. There was a community fire for s'mores and a night time pancake toss in the evening. The winner of the pancake toss received a free sourdough pancake breakfast the next ...
June 26- July 3
This entry begins on a vast slab of asphalt outside of the Whitehorse Walmart surrounded by large RVs and the sound of generators. And it ends by a still lake in the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge, water quietly lapping the shore, a steady breeze, surrounded by several species of migrating birds including a pair of trumpeter swans. And what is sandwiched in between those two scenes is, simply put, a feast for the ...