Main Street Motel
Travel Blogs from Tok
... think. Thus, its non-touristy nature. We considered taking the ferry to Skagway since it's so close by water and as it is beautiful as well, and it has of course the gold rush historical element, but many people told us it was "the Disneyland" of Alaska so were weren't too excited about it. Until we learned our neighbors from home were going to be there within a week! That would have been awesome to meet up with them, and really considered it but it would cost ...
giant sloth of ice
half- sludge creeps slowly
with global effect
rock, ice, lake, tundra
artist's palette of color
hiking hatcher pass
bright turquoise waters
bluebells and forget-me-nots
wild Alaskan blues
J ust an extra entry for fun! From time to time, I may be adding to this entry as we move through our year-long adventure. It started as a game for Shane and I as we drive along the ...
... stated as a nice road prepared for final surfacing quickly turned into something reassembling a quarry site as the road consisted on tennis ball size rocks, with sharp edges caused by the blasting to remove the rock from the local hill. There were no roadcrews working as they only work in the road at night when the boarder crossing was closed. Although going slow I don't know how my bike with road tyres escaped without damage...others weren't so lucky... As I rounded a bend I ...
The drive today was about 350 miles. Seeing Dall Sheep, a moose, wild horses, Dale saw a wolf and ten or more swans. We saw many other sites along our "Bump" day. The last 100 miles or more of the road in the Yukon has major problems with frost heave. Up and down, pot holes and many other gyrations of the road from the harsh winters. The ...
... at these type of parks. We chose to have the most remote space so that we at least felt as though we were out in nature.
I told Joe that even if we tried we couldn’t spend the more than 4-5 hours/day driving for our final few days to Anchorage (unless we decided that we wanted to go somewhere way out of the way). This will certainly make these last 3 days before Anchorage enjoyable.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed