Knik River Lodge
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... though we had a timetable to meet, the bus still stopped to let us watch a bear. The bear was close to the road and meandered slowly through the tundra looking for berries. I forgot to mention that on a previous day we saw a bear sleeping in the distance. He was far enough away Jan, our naturalist, put up her telescope. He'd roll over. At one point he stood up for a bit, then laid back down. What I can't describe in the blog is how it ...
... for what's left in the tank, multiply by $4.17, all while the lady looks at you as though you're deficient. Then you hand her cash, she yells at the other cashier to put that amount on the pump. You have to over estimate, as you have to return the car with a full tank, and when you've finished you have to go back inside, queue up again, and watch two grown women stand there and puzzle over how to get the machine to issue a refund. All because they can't get ...
... We ate at Juno. I had a hot dog. Yum...yum...yum! Dru-I went on a plane for 5 hours. Gavin-long flight. Finished my dinner at Juno. And now this! (Made them journal before they could watch a movie.) Watching Noah while I catch up on my Words with Friends. 2 rooms and Jack is down for the ...
... in large natural landscapes, extremes of climate and tides, large military presence, dangerous man-eating wildlife and a strong Indigenous culture and prior history of land ownership and management. In Darwin we refer to “down South” - in Alaska it’s “Outside”. Buoyed with a letter of introduction from the Darwin Lord Mayor, I’m looking forward to meeting the Mayor of Anchorage. I’m also looking forward to a ...
... the truth is I was really at the Fair for the vegetables.
Alaska with its long summer days has perfected the art of growing enormous vegetables and the state fair is the place to exhibit them. Pushing forward through the crowd, I spied cabbages 1 m in diameter, zucchinis to make a girl’s eyes water, award-winning grotesque multi-stemmed carrots and eggplants the size of watermelons. But it is the pumpkins that draw the crowds. Last year ...