Gigglewood Lakeside Inn
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... sometimes right over the heads of
enormous fish and nothing would bite. We walked further and further upstream
without any luck. Another fisherman, who was walking the river told us that the
salmon have spawned and are too tired to eat and just waiting to die. Everyone
we talked to along the river said they were not catching anything either.
Finally Kevin snagged a big salmon and pulled it in. Then we went ...
... a perfect spot to get changed which made the rest of the trip much more comfortable. As i was driving through the small town prior to Wasilla there was a police car with its lights flashing and there was a huge moose dead on the side of the road. There were vehicle tyre skid marks leading up to the moose. The car had been removed, but it must have just recently happened, I would hate to see the damage to the ...
... should we have ever pulled up and seen our camp site occupied!! It was ours for the summer. Around mid-July we decided to invest in some new camping gear, and upgrade our camping experience. We bought a tent and air mattress specially designed for your truck bed, and let me tell you-that was worth the arm and a leg we paid!!! The first time we set it up, it was starting to get dark (we decided to take off on a whim around 2am, and Sheep Creek is about an hour from our ...
... some of the lakes around Talkeetna, but never had any luck. For lake fishing, a boat is really needed, and many of these lake had difficult shore casting.
One time, Josh and I were headed out to Nancy Lake area to try some fishing up there. I was driving, and yes, speeding, and I went to pass a car when I suddenly saw flashing lights. It was a trooper... and I got pulled over. He did give me a ticket, but lowered the speed so as not to be so many points. I was ...
This is video taken by Larry Mattingly. The show was 20 minutes, the video has been edited down to 3:20 . . . as wide as possible, he still was only able to get the top of the low fireworks and the bottoms of the 3" with the exception of the 8" shells which were angles in such a way that they broke low in the angle of view