Sorry I am a week late writing my blog. The hotel we stayed in last I couldn’t get online to post this blog and then we had no internet in the new house. So here is the post from Saturday to continue our last leg of our journey.
We left our hotel at 8:30 with 194 miles to go. Hoping to see our new home around noon.
Continue reading “New Home”
We got a late start today because Kate decided to get up at 4:30 and not go back to sleep. So Mom and Dad were kind of slow moving this morning. We left at 9:25 with only 584 miles to go before we were at our new home.
We gassed up as soon as we left the hotel. Gas was $2.49 a gallon. We got 9.55 gallons which cost $23.87.
Continue reading “Toll Roads”
Well this is our last leg of the trip. We will be home today. It is only 426 miles to home. It should take us around 9 hours or less since I am driving.
Our last stop in Canada was in Beaver Creek. This is what the local visitor center has to say about it.
The historic community of Beaver Creek is a small border town on the Alaska Highway, the most westerly community in Canada, and Yukon’s gateway to Alaska. Beaver Creek is nestled in Yukon’s breathtaking, spruce-filled wilderness. The population of just over 100 is community-minded and friendly; people who value their quiet lifestyle, pristine landscape and surrounding wilderness.
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How is your new year going? Mine has been a little crazy but I have been getting things done. I kind of fell off track a few times at the end of the year with all the kids here. I am now back on track and have accomplished many things. See what I have done this first month of the year. Read on if you would like to know Continue reading “Crazy Life”
We made it home in under 7 hours. I do like flying Icelandair. We flew economy and still had plenty of leg room. It was not full, so no one sat in our aisle seat. We didn’t buy their food because we had leftovers from our stay in the apartment. We did have to buy one of their beers though because it was a limited edition to celebrate their 737. It was nice and we kept the cans.
When we arrived back in Anchorage we made it through immigration rather fast because most of the people on the flight were not the US. Waiting for our luggage took longer than in the regular airport. In Anchorage we have a smaller building that is used for all international flights.
Then we got to customs where we were asked did we have any wine, sausage or cheese, good thing they didn’t say beer, we answered no and left the building. Our friend, Judie Wolfe, was there to get us. We stopped by the house and dropped of the luggage and picked up Dusty, our son, to go to Red Robin for a hamburger since it was 4th of July. I was not going to BBQ after that trip.
It was wonderful sleeping in our own bed last night.