Best Western Country Lane Inn
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... bear pictures when we are bored. Rodney, the art consultant, proudly told us that all materials, products and staff were locally sourced and the one process that wasn't was still done in the US.
In a two-story shopping mall, we met Paul, Michelle, and Charlie the dog. Charlie, a mixed breed, was very gregarious, soliciting pets ...
... is. All proceedings and votes are open to the public. Since Alaska is so big and getting to Juneau requires either a plane or boat trip, constituents can participate in all meetings via teleconference to either listen or comment. The main chamber is dedicated to a woman who during Alaska's 1920s civil rights movement gave a stirring speech which earned her a standing ovation and swayed the vote towards passing.
After strolling to the IGA for some ...
... an adventure; they live in different cities; and small world, one was a pediatric rheumatologist with UTMB in Houston. We met two very nice couples, Sylvia & Dan Streeter ( Juneau) and shinny & David Streeter ( Bend, OR). We motored out toward Tracy Arm Fjord. En route, we passed two deer, swimming across the channel. We then saw a bear and cub on the banks, several whales and eagles, until we saw our first iceberg. You cannot imagine the ...
... Orthodox Church made to the community, and especially to the local Tlingit people. The icons inside had been donated and sent by the patriarch in St Petersburg, and were very impressive.
There was also a cable car from the dock that went up Mt Roberts, but as it was shrouded in cloud we gave it a miss, though it would be great on a fine day. Lot's of tour buses headed off to the Mendenhall Glacier, which seemed to be the place to go, but as we ...