Inn At Tern Lake

Address: Mile 36 Seward Highway, Moose Pass, Alaska, 99631, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Mile 36 Seward Highway, Moose Pass.
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    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 28, 2015

    23 photos

    ... solenoid tell me the valve is good… and a test of the power to the solenoid finds no power… so we either have a bad module or a disconnected wire at the module… And of course everything else on the water heater is accessible from the cover… only the circuit board is accessible from inside the basement… which means that the complete basement needs to be cleared to get to it… Mind you that’s about a pickup bed full of stuff!


    A travel blog entry by ukjays2009 on Jul 25, 2015

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    ... big and has so much to do. Never the less, the scenery will be awesome and I'm sure we will have a wonderful time. ation-ideas/video/cruise-ships/ ml#.VbMe0YsuA7a.mailto Boarding of the ship was seamless and by 3pm were on board and exploring. We chose an inside stateroom for this cruise and found it to be quite spacious and well set out. We figured that we would spend ...

    Glacier boat tour

    A travel blog entry by leeandneva on Jul 14, 2015

    47 photos

    ... train goes through because the tracks are in the roadway or more like the road is on the tracks.

    The town population is about 200 and almost all live in one big building. The building was an old army barracks that has been upgraded. Besides the apartments their if a grocery, laundry and convenience store. The top floor is a bed and breakfast for guests. It is an all ...

    Going Backcountry in the Kenai Peninsula

    A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 11, 2014

    8 photos

    ... a few eagles and some salmon trying to jump up river. The lodge is much more comfortable than expected. Yes there are communal bathrooms and yes there is no electric in the cabins and yes the only lighting is propane lighting which you need a match to light and yes drinks are kept cool by dangling them in the local creek, but despite all this, it seems well maintained and has a really nice atmosphere. None of us are ...

    This Rain Needs to Stop!

    A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 29, 2014

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    July 25, 2014
    Leaving Alyeska we stopped into an ivory and jade shop where I bought an ivory pickle fork...because everybody needs one. I had no idea that jade was so expensive. A little, 2 inch moose carving was $56. I left the moose there. Back out on the Seward, I saw a bald eagle perched at the top of a dead tree. There are entire stands of dead trees from the saltwater infiltration as a result of the ground ...