Alaska's North Country Castle Vacation Stay
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... bike saw 3. Why not Me!
Completing the last few miles I noticed the trail was very wet. A downpour occured which I was lucky to have missed. My motorcycle was not ...
... to it.
Linda at our B & B suggested going to the Anchorage Museum so we did. At first it seemed to be a little tricky in its layout. It had a huge central atrium and then corridors down the side with doors at the end. These doors led to different areas of interest and we found a large area on the native peoples of the area - the Tlingits, Haida, Athabascans, Tsim-shians and Eskimos. There were also videos and it was all so relevant to us after ...
... had birthdays, so we had an excuse to overeat and overdrink. Great place, wonderful food, spectacular scenery. Wonderful evening. We were joined by Helen and Ilene's childhood neighbors Lynn and Joan, who were returning from their land package to Denali and Fairbanks. If it appears that there are a LOT of pictures of us eating, there are. No shortage of food. Even ate a Reindeer Dog for lunch. Spicy, a bit chewy, but not bad.
Well, didn't sleep all that well and up at 4am. We were out the hotel's door by 5am, and the Albany airport was only 5-10 minutes away. The economy lot is $5 dollars a day and a quick shuttle ride.
Flight to,Chicago was up eventful, and I enjoyed my tapas snack box :-)
In O'Hare airport in Chicago, got an impulse chair massage as neck and shoulder have been bothering ...
... which shakes the whole van, scares hell out of Murray and wakes Dianne. We think at first it is a bear attacking us, but when we look around and find ourselves bear-free, work out it must have been a sonic boom from a military aircraft.
This gets us on our way. We drop down to lower land with lots of lakes, and some steep, serpentine ridges between them. A roadside placard (mile 76) reveals we’re driving on "eskers" -gravel piles left over from rivers ...