The Lodge At Black Rapids
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Black Rapids
... we have paid as low as $91.9 per liter up to $1.28. Now that we are back in the US we paid $3.36 a gallon. Prices on food, candy is rather high. A bag of chips was $5.00, candy bars were $2.50. We bought a sixpack of beer, and with gas our bill was $195.00!! Think we need more beer!
Tok is a neat little town, area reminds us of Lincoln. Compared to 30 years ago it looks different. ...
... distance or seen fleetingly, so please excuse the poor quality of some of the photos. Before leaving the park we went to see the Park Huskies and a sledding demonstration.
We continued to Fairbanks, which was to be the most northerly point of ...
... puppies, but i'll jump in the middle of a dogfight without so much as a thought to it. The full force of a dog team scares me, but it's also liberating in a way. I also found out i like kariboe and moose steak, thanks to a good chef :D. About the environment: it is as unforgiving as it is beautiful. Icicles can form on your eyelashes in the right conditions and your neck buff freezes around the shape of your face. (The ...
... like the simplest task! How was this possible?! At least they were giving me a good work out i guess...
I was going to go on my first sled dog run and i had mixed feelings about it. Of course i wanted to do it! But i had now seen the full force of a dog team and knew the consequences of loosing your team etc... Quite frankly i was a little terrified too!
Having nearly put all my clothes on and looking like a marsh mellow man i was ready to start hooking ...
7th of December
I woke up at 6:30 again, entangled in my blankets. As i felt the effects of our good stove, i threw them off and quickly went to the bathroom. That way i would welcome the cold air, rather than dread it. After a little more snoozing, breakfast and getting dressed, it was time for some poop scooping. All was quiet when i stepped outside. The crunch of the snow beneath my bunny boots and the cold rush around my face were the only things ...