and creeks beneath that same snow blanket. The sky was Delft blue overhead and the sun was bright even though it didn’t seem warm enough to melt the heavy snow. Such a welcome and surprising change of scenery for us Southern folks who had gone from temps in the 80s to temps here in the teens!
"A Taste of Alaska" was our home for the next two nights, holding the promise of our first chance to view the Northern Lights. The Lodge is rustic but totally convenient & comfortable. Their website will provide you with the history of the 3 generations of family that have owned and operated this unique Alaska Wilderness oasis. Meals were delicious and included local fruits and veggies—like wild blueberries and asparagus. Views from the window of the dining room provided shots of the eye-catching Alaska Range with even Mt. Denali visible on clear days.
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