Lake Louise Lodge
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... also had one of my favorite brews here in Alaska! Built in 1946 this historic lodge is a great place to grab a bite, as well as view the dall sheep, none today. One night stay here in Tolsona Wilderness Campground, a little tight, dessert provided tonight and entertainment by anyone in the group who wished to participate, fun time had by ...
... National Park & Fairbanks was constructed bypassing it Glennallen's economy was negatively affected.
Carol lives in 'downtown' Glennallen & her daughter, Sharon, was visiting when Eddie & I arrived so whilst Carol took Eddie down to collect his van from the mechanic Sharon showed me many of the native artifacts that her parents had collected over the years or been given & explained about their history, how they were made including the materials used. It was ...
... Glennallen, excited to be heading to Talkeetna and bummed about the rain. Back in 2001 when Steve and I were last here we came to Talkeetna for the day. We instantly fell in love with this small town that is the gateway to Denali. The look and feel of it reminds us of North Conway, a bit. It has the quaint downtown, artsy shops, train and is ringed by mountains. We loved it so much that we named our next dog Talkeetna (Tally). And, of course, Talkeetna is home to the West Rib ...
... br> Nicely done film, you could spend a lifetime here and still not see it all. The Park Service does allow subsistence hunting, fishing, and trapping, but it is well controlled through permit
We thought about visiting McCarthy via shuttle but that would have been a thirteen hour mostly gravel road at 15mph so we said no.
Therefore on to Valdez tomorrow.
... pigs, cows and goats. The goats were especially friendly and liked to be petted. We also went through the vegetable exhibits and saw the gigantic vegetables we had heard were common here in Alaska. There were giant cabbages, pumpkins, kohlrabis and gourds. The 1100 pound pumpkin was the largest and was covered with multiple prize ribbons.
Jennifer, Reese, Ryan and I went on the ferris wheel and then the kids went on the swings. At first we thought they ...