The Last Frontier Guest Ranch

HC 03 8352, Palmer, Alaska, 99645, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Palmer

Give Me That Nugget!

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 01, 2014

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... pan solo because it was just too cold to get in that water. I snapped a few pictures of the beautiful fireweed wildflowers. Bud was outfitted with chest waders and he never gets cold anyway. He walked down the steep embankment, crossed swampland, and found a huge boulder at the edge of the river. Nuggets should be on the downstream edge of the boulder. He let out a yelp to signal that he had struck gold!

With such ...

Toto II- About our camper

A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Jul 26, 2014

... new tires & rims
got a new deep cycle marine battery
built new bed framework
tweaked the wiring in 12 volt system

The previous owner had done a number of things to make it really a nice practical camper - not just cutesy and cool. He had jacks welded on the rear - a very nice feature. He installed a microwave (we rarely use since we rarely have electric hook-up), and he installed a new refrigerator that runs on propane as well as electric. He put in a ...

Hatcher Pass

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Jul 23, 2014

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July 21, 2014. Truck - 65,791; Trip - 5,781

After a final parade of the Talkeetna shops, we bade Greg a goodbye and took off in the early afternoon for Palmer, Alaska and points south. The Milepost book recommended a side highway called Hatcher Pass.

Huge rounded hills covered in what looked like many shades of green velvet, deep but soft, so soft, green gorges and gulches with cold white water filling their channels...channels ...

South from Denali through Talkeetna

A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on May 27, 2014

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... point for folks starting their Denali climb. Lots of bars, coffee shops and art galleries. We followed the Sutsina River along the road and down to Big Lake and Knik where it enters into Cook Inlet near Anchorage. We explored the northern areas of Anchorage and ended up in Palmer. It rained almost the entire day and we saw our first mosquito in the ...

Of Guns and Pumpkins

A travel blog entry by rodk on Oct 18, 2013

5 comments, 27 photos

... 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 ...