The Lodge At Black Rapids

Mile 227.4, Richardson Highway, Black Rapids, Alaska, 99737, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Mile 227.4, Richardson Highway, Black Rapids.
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    Travel Blogs from Black Rapids

    Alaska coming to an end

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 14, 2013

    ... 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 ...

    "Don't worry, i'll get Naked before breakfast."

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 12, 2013

    ... continue without you. No knowing where they will end up, but the chances of them ever coming back to you (or even surviving in the wild) are slim. You have then lost your dog team, lost your sled and are possible stranded in the middle of nowhere in very harsh conditions. That's probably around 10 to 15 thousand dollars that has just slipped away from you. Luckily the person with me was a very good and experienced musher because i slipped off twice and even ...

    Rascally puppies and magical lights

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 07, 2013

    11 photos

    ... the dog yard. I nearly had a mini heart attack there because the only thing i remembered was that not all the dogs like the puppies. I was terrified that one of them was going to be in a grumpy mood and have a go at them! As i flew towards them and shooed them away they all ran in the right direction. After shooing one more away from the bunnyhouse they all followed me (or rather Dude) up the driveway. Luckily i had Dude to help me, a dog that often went on ...

    Dog poop, a tough Cookie, hooking up and booties

    A travel blog entry by kimdn on Dec 06, 2013

    11 photos

    ... tightly enough so they don't fall off during the run (but not too tightly so as to cut off circulation).

    As people do, dogs have different talents and personalities. The dogs placed directly in front of the sled are the Wheeldogs: they are typically the muscle of the team since most of the weight comes down on them. The dogs placed all the way at the front of the gang line are the Leaders: these are usually the tenacious, persistent, smarter ...

    Cory wedding

    A travel blog entry by sasha.jentley on Aug 17, 2013

    3 comments, 17 photos

    ... the water before our eyes. Our boat was lucky, as we were able to get incredibly close to the Harvard glacier, the last boat to be able to do so was in July 2012. I was actually kind of glad I didn't see very much calving.

    We then took the next day to try and get as far West as possible, with a goal of making it to the Kenai wildlife refuge. We saw a lot of beauty, and some animals, but nothing like what I ...