Anglers Lodge

Sterling, Alaska, 99672, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Sterling

Exploring in the Kenai

A travel blog entry by mazb10

99

... time at the beginning of my trip that I could leave Anchorage was a Thursday, which meant getting the 3pm bus out of Anchorage & the 8.30 from Homer the following morning. The main reason for hiring the rental car at this time was to make a quick trip to Homer & I was glad that I had it for my 'escape' (being dramatic again!). After a quick look round I was out of there, wondering how people can say how lovely it is - I guess out of the tourist season it would be ...

Time for A Cruise

A travel blog entry by pbauer

5

We woke to a misty rain today. The sun of yesterday is behind clouds. But what better day to have rain if must. We lingered in at our motel then boarded the Radiance of the Seas at noon. The Radiance is a beautiful ship, a 90,000 ton class of the Royal Caribbean fleet. It is the same ship that we sailed out of Vancouver to Hawaii with Mark and Diane a few years back. Our cabin is nice and is conveniently ...

Day two-Friday

A travel blog entry by yedida

... way to have to have a delicious lunch. We reached Soldotna and did some shopping (new hiking boots! Yay!) and then settled down in "Klondike" RV park and finished cooking, cleaning and preparing for Shabbat. Of course Shabbat here only starts at ten-ish so we had a lot of time to prepare a great homey meal. Shabbat ...

"Combat" Fishing with Bears

A travel blog entry by art.emily

15

... Mama bear signaled the cubs up a tree and proceeded along the shore until she found an unattended fish on a stringer. She disappered for a few minutes to eat her catch. Soon she was back to retrieve a carcass from the river and eat that. She must have been full by then because she went back to the tree where the cubs were sleeping and climbed up to have ...

Kenai Alaska

A travel blog entry by kellyhanson

10

... a commissary and BX. Wildwood was a very unique place to live. It was very isolated and there was pretty much nothing around back in the day. It's much more developed now, but still pretty wild. I can remember watching whales out in Cook Inlet and seeing lots of other wildlife on base.

We head out tonight south towards Homer. We have a hard time finding a place to ...

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