Lake Hood Inn
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We came out of hibernation (i.e. catching up on school, laundry, sleep, cleaning and repairing the camper etc.) for a short trip south of Anchorage. This photo was taken at a mountain lake next to adorable "Summit Lodge" where we had lunch.
Along the way, we stopped near "Beluga Point" on the Seward Hwy because we really could see beluga whales and seals swimming out in the ocean along the drive. That was really neat!
... Lunch was at Moose's Tooth Pub & Pizza Place. #1 place to eat in Anchorage, according to Tripadvisor. Evening brought on a visit to Alaska Berry Products Store, worlds largest Chocolate waterfall. Onto Dinner at The Sourdough Mining Company, followed by The Dusty Sourdough Show. ...
... short interludes of blue sky. Returning the bike to the rental company was a little sad as I had become quite attached to the bike that performed so reliable during the 7,500kms I travelled. Tomorrow is the highlight of the trip with Ineke's arrival, as I really looking forward to sharing the experiences with her. She has a shopping expedition into Los Angeles as she has about 10hrs to kill between ...
... dog sled race. Originally one the toughest, loneliest races in the world, the Iditarod is now a well-regulated, well-promoted race that some feel has lost its pioneer spirit. However, being a dog sledding expert now myself I can appreciate that the “Last Great Race on Earth” of 1000 miles from Anchorage to Nome is still a significant test of skill and endurance. The Iditarod celebrates the “Great Race of Mercy” -- one of the most amazing and least ...
... from the main Lodge. Apparently this was the newest building on the property and the room was very comfortable. The decor of the whole place is probably best described as "Alpine Resort Rustic".
Across the road from the main lodge was a boardwalk with shops and restaurants. We are only a couple of weeks away from the end of the season so while the food was expensive (getting used to that) but the souviners were cheap.
We had booked the ...