Kenai River Drifters Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TripAdvisor Reviews Kenai River Drifters Lodge Cooper Landing
Travel Blogs from Cooper Landing
... easy since those paths are set up for larger rigs…
We cracked the windows in the light mist… left the dog in the truck and went in… we had smoked the crock pot a few days ago… it just quit… I thought that was a terrible thing… but we’d had the thing for years (10+)… and honestly the removable pot was cracked and Connie was using a cooking bag anyway… OH YEA… if you’ve never used a cooking bag in ...
... mountains covered in dense spruce and shrubs on our left. Here and there the jagged rock cliffs peak out from the trees, mosses and lichens clinging to its crevasses. The sky is a sea of white fluffy clouds that dance across the mountains and valleys forming patterns of light and dark. It's windy as we watch tiny waves glide across the surface. The wind ferocity increases as we get deeper into the Turnagain Arm, the grasses blow like waves ...
... others and we all had a good time. On the trip back we were lucky enough to enjoy a show that was put on by a massive humpback whale. The whale was jumping and breeching, Captain John headed over and we were given the opportunity to enjoy something not often seen, even the deck hand Bob came out on deck to enjoy the show. We headed up to Exit Glacier the next day. Kimmie and I made it to Marmot Meadows, and the 3 ...
... before the trip, we got a recommended torsion axle that allows you to raise the camper so it's not so low. This (in theory) makes changing a tire easier (aka: possible). Shane had changed tires on the Scotty before we had the axle replaced and it is no easy task - you have to lower the tongue, then jack up both sides in the back as high as you can to get both wheels well off the ground, then raise the tongue back up and get the axle to drop, before you ...
... Stopped at an animal rescue conservation park where they take in wounded or abandoned animals. They are also preparing a herd of wood bison, once thought to be extinct, back into the wild. Great collection of lynx, caribou, moose, black bear, brown bear, wood bison, etc.
Arrived at Rick & Wendy Stolz mid-afternoon, visited while she put up salmon, and enjoyed a fine dinner in Anchorage.
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