Kelly's Alaska Country Inn

Address: Mile 266.5, Richardson Highway , Delta Junction, Alaska, 99737, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Mile 266.5, Richardson Highway , Delta Junction.
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Travel Blogs from Delta Junction

~~The "End"~~

A travel blog entry by mimiparis on Jul 23, 2015

5 photos

... Today, the road is still very rough, and constant road work makes for very slow going. We started this part of the trek at 4:30, and it was a 12-hour bumpy road!


The upside was that we got to see loads of wildlife:

- Deer
- TONS of Elk
- Wild horses
- A mother moose and her TWO babies!
- A young male moose....

....and....and..... a ...

Alaska or Bust!

A travel blog entry by ccwalter on May 23, 2015

7 photos

... us to go on a dead end gravel road. Silly girl!

Out of Beaver Creek we got our first views of the Tanana River. It is so wide. Silt and blowing sand also. Some of the drainages going into it are full of snow and ice. At one crossing of the Tanana over a half mile wide, there were large areas of snow and ice, about 2 or more feet deep. And it is 75 degrees here!

On ...

This time you gave me a mountain

A travel blog entry by doinnotdreamin on Aug 15, 2014

3 comments, 49 photos

Last time I was in Alaska, I was one of the 80% of tourists who don't get to see Mt McKinley. That August in 2006 there were, apparently, 28 days of rain - and I was here for 25 of them! This year Nigel and I saw it, under cloudless skies, for three days from different angles and locations. The first time was as we drove through Willow and, although many miles ...

Top of the World Hwy

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 23, 2014

52 photos

We left on the free ferry from Dawson City to cross the Yukon. Just our small 24' Sprinter Van and a huge oil truck. Both front and rear ramps were down. The Yukon current is so strong the ferry crabs across sideways. The Canadian side of the road was fine. No major holes and there was evidence of recent snow plowing. The views were incredible to both sides and we felt like we really were on top of the world. We ...

Alaska coming to an end

A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 14, 2013

... frozen poop i let him have it. If he wanted it so bad, fine then! I took Polar in during my lunch break since he's getting a bit older and we had a sneaky 15 minute nap.
Over the course of those next few days it became more and more clear to me that despite all these great experiences this might just not be the place for me. I found this hard to comprehend because i had never been so sure of anything else in my ...