Gigglewood Lakeside Inn
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... were 50 shades of green, Ireland can not compare in any way. For a surprise at the top of the pass we found hang gliders. The road leads to an old gold mining town that is being restored by the Government of Alaska. We decided to take the paved roads back to our campground-even though it was about 20 miles ...
... years have we been doing this annual show?" Nobody could really remember. I know it started before I was president of the Alaska Jaycees in 1987 . . . It has gotten bigger and bigger every year. And then at some point we backed off on the duration of the show . But the quality of 1.4 Consumer fireworks, that we shoot under the 1.3 Display fireworks, especially the World Class ...
... was a good place for a good breakfast but unfortunately it was located 20kms along the highway in the direction that I had already come on Thursday. I took the locals advice and the 40km round trip was well worth it as I had a great breakfast and enjoyed the banter with the locals. After breakfast I headed south with the pending rain clouds ahead of me. It started as light rain but continually got stronger to a ...
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These photos were taken by Rachel and Phil.
As I sit down to write this, there is no doubt that summer is over and autumn has grasped hold of Alaska. All my recent trips made that perfectly clear, as the tundra is alive in the fall colors, and the warm jackets and clothing have been pulled from the closet many weeks ago. As I sit on my couch now, sipping coffee, the weather outside is a cool, cloudy 43 degrees-much different than the brilliant sunshine and 80s that hit us for most of the summer. I reflect back on the summer, and ...