Alaska's North Country Castle Vacation Stay
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... but tasted amazing. For the rest off the time I spent most off my time in the patting zoo and finding more about the bears from a very reliable guide. This is a good chance to fine out there life style as it is in my best interest to go in seek them in there normal environment.
As I left the front gate the cab I called was just pulling up. I opened the door and asked him to drive me back to the hostel. ...
... the hotel, which I have forgotten its name, but I am sure there aren’t a lot of hotels there.
We got talking to two guys who were all dressed up in camouflage gear. They had been out hunting but didn't catch anything. They didn't really want to shoot anything as they didn't want the meat, although they did say moose was a really good feed. They were camping and had carpet on the floor and a big tent. They called it "glamping".
Our RV Park is just on the edge of Anchorage ...
... to drive me to the Anchorage airport and boy was it worth it! The entire ride was narrated. First we went to the one tunnel that connects the tiny tiny town of Whittier to the rest of civilization. Whittier has fewer than 200 citizens, and they all live in a single dwelling. The tunnel is one lane and is opened for 15 minutes every hour. A train also uses this same tunnel - they all take turns. Going through Maynard Mountain, the tunnel is about 2 1/2 miles ...
... with snow drifts on the rounded mountains above, and ice in the dozens of kettle lakes below. A dark cloud passes over, and it actually starts to snow, hard round "sago" snow, which sticks to the hot bonnet of the van, and stays on the road for some time. Later we can see a dusting of new snow on the higher peaks.
We drop down towards the Tangle Lakes campground (mile 113.5) through sweeps of green bushy vegetation. As it’s now about 8pm, we decide this ...
We piled, and I mean piled, into cabs to head to the Marriott. We were right downtown and planned to head to Humpy's for some food. We also were to meet people from the Facebook Aurora Lovers Group. Humpy's was just closing for floor repair so we ended up next store at their pizza restaurant. We were met by Kimberly Mietzah Damkoehler and her husband Chad and Kristie Drury Lent . It was great to ...