The Last Frontier Guest Ranch

Address: HC 03 8352, Palmer, Alaska, 99645, United States | Lodge
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Stuck In Palmer

A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 02, 2015

16 photos

... and community services. Eleven million dollars from Federal Emergency Relief Administration was spent to create the town of Palmer and relocate 203 families from the ************* Range region of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Families traveled by train and ship to Palmer, arriving in May 1935. Upon their arrival they were housed in a tent city during their first ...

A walk on age old ice!

A travel blog entry by majorme on Jul 31, 2015

3 comments, 36 photos

... had to wait about 20 minutes at one place before we were allowed to continue.

I might mention that the pipeline has been our constant companion throughout a lot of this trip. We still can see it off and on here on the Ric******* Highway which goes all the way to Valdez.where it is loaded aboard tankers and off to who knows where. When we turn to the west toward Anchorage on the Glen Highway, we say ...

On the Way to Valdez

A travel blog entry by eagle46 on Jul 15, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... It is the largest glacier in Alaska that can be reached by car. As you drive the Glenn Highway the view of the glacier constantly changes.

Most of the trip has been devoid of wildlife as we traveled, but today we encountered a mom and baby moose and then another momma moose with twins. The first family didn't stay around for many pictures, but the second family gave a quite a few photo ops.

Tomorrow we will travel the remaining distance to Valdez.

History Lesson - FDR's New Deal

A travel blog entry by retired.jewells on Jul 09, 2015

... 30, 1935. However, many had land that was covered in forests and were not fit for planting that first summer. Based on their contract, the colonists were not allowed to clear their own land – that was the responsibilities of the 400 laborers. But many became disgruntled by the time delays and lack of activity that they began work anyway. Good thing or they would have still been living in those tents when winter came. The government brought ...


A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Oct 14, 2014

68 photos

... would not get the 6 wheeler running, the three of us piled on Jared's wheeler and we headed down the mountain. The work week started the next day, and Hersh was worried someone would steal the 6 wheeler, so that night, after work, we all planned a rescue mission to tow it back. It was a long night, and when we reached the huge hill, there was no way to tow it down-we had to push it and pray for the best. Josh jumped in to take the plunge down ...