Knik River Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... home...I mean really trashy trailer homes. So when we leave the van we hide the valubles..There are some larger Motor homes so we are hoping if anyone gets robbed its them as it looks like they have more money than us.
We caught up on jobs like washing and I popped over to Costco which is just over the road to pick up some dinner. Kaff booked her Prince William Sound tour for Tuesday.
Today we started out at 0730 to get ...
... on it and paddle it. Wonderful! Worth the whole trip to Valdez!
From Valdez we drove to Anchorage to finally meet Teddy Foreman! And of course to see Graham and Merri too...hahaha! Oh and don't forget Atlas! It's so good to be here with them and they make a super family. Theodore Harper Foreman is 10 weeks old and his room is decorated with some pictures of Theodore Roosevelt. Is anyone surprised? ...
... amp;J to split between the three of us. Ryan couldn't join us on our hike, unfortunately, so Tess and I ordered a growler of Snowshoe White and headed up to Flat Top. The trail was very easy at the beginning and offered a gorgeous overlook of downtown Anchorage, more mountains and Cook Inlet. The last part of the hike was virtually a rock scramble, but still categorized as easy. We stopped often to take in the views, a few sips ...
... match for Ilse’ new Alaskan wardrobe (don’t miss http://762precision.wordpress.com/no-ug ly-guns-women-shoot-too/). I didn’t win of course but I’ve recently discovered the “wellarmedwoman.com” – “where the feminine and firearms meet” and I’ve booked Ilse in for a whole makeover. Plus we get a set of shotgun shell party lights (pink and multicolour) that will look fabulous on the Xmas tree.
... what had been a railroad station. It is still so classified they put their own (cleared) crew on any train that goes all the way in. Usually trains deliver stuff off-base and they come and get it.
We were told that this would have been our last opportunity to view Denali from North, but it is completely hidden in the clouds.
We kept following the Nenana. It is quite muddy now because of recent rain. It is usually a silvery color from glacial runoff.
At about ...