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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Most Glaciers are receding, but not the Matanuska Glacier in Sutton, Alaska. This, the largest glacier that can be reached by vehicle, is "status quo."
Glaciers are "ice rivers" that flow under their own weight into existing rivers in lower valleys. This glacier gets enough snow each each year to keep its massive size...massive. It spans 26 miles long and 4 ...
... food companies to build a formula that works… That said we had a fun time watching the dogs work and visiting the headquarters and museum of the Iditarod…
Musk Ox - SEE Musk Ox Farm | Palmer, Alaska for more details… So roaming around Wasilla we find that there is a breeder of Musk Ox who has been working for almost 50 years to domesticate ...
... Anchorage and Fairbanks - we saw little drive up coffee shacks everywhere - sometimes literally on every block. Monica suspects that these people, awash in melatonin*, have a special dependence on the stuff.
Anyway, the proprietor couple at this RV Park - isolated from most of civilization - work long days and do a lot ...
... We saw a porcupine clinging on to the side for its life, that was sad but interesting. After rafting we went to a hometown classic restaurant with amazing views of the glacier. On the side of the road people build their names with rocks for everyone to see so we put up our name. When we arrived at the house my friends family had not left yet so we hung out until they left. I was sad that my family friends left but I am looking forward to bonding with my family this ...
... time I had bid on anything on Ebay and so I had to read up on that process quickly as we discovered the camper with only a couple of hours left to bid. It turned out to be a very wise purchase.
Before we left for this trip we:
Built a door for the "bathroom"
repainted the interior of the camper
Kool-sealed the roof
replaced some floor boards where the reservoir water tank was housed under the bed
replaced the axle and raised the camper