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Spanish Fork, Utah
Where have you lived and worked?
Many places
About Me:
I love nature!
Last Seasonal Job:
Riding the Highline Canal by horseback during the summer of 1976
Favorite Seasonal Job:
McKinley Princess Lodge '08
Dream Job:
Scott -Travel Writer / Advisor

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At 4:31am on September 18, 2008, Rebecca Marshall said…
ello. how are we?
At 6:02am on April 27, 2008, Susan Hadley said…
I am actually staying there tonight (April 27th). I am one of the early arrivals. I'll let you know what it's like. I'm sure it'll be nice, it's a Sheraton.
At 10:46pm on April 26, 2008, Jason Brown said…
Beaverton totally rocks!!
At 10:37am on April 21, 2008, Tamara said…
I know what you all mean... When I read that you both left LaGande I had to blink and read it again... I am so glad you are going to be in the same lodge. I work ( for just a bit more) at benchwarmers.... Well we have got to get together when ya~all get here... :)
At 8:38pm on April 8, 2008, Susan Hadley said…
I booked a room on priceline for $50+tax and got the Sheraton downtown (named my own price).
At 1:48pm on April 8, 2008, angel said…
yeah theres days inn dwntwn guys off 5th street by the convetion center were are they picking you ppl up at princess that is and a comfort inn as well close too dwn twn theres alot of homeless ppl and drunks in the area keep alert at all times good luck and take angel i,ll be goin too yellowstone this season i was in denali last summer have fun u two,s
At 5:22pm on April 6, 2008, Rick Peterson said…
A tie probably isn't going to be mandatory for anything, but might come in handy for you at some point. Occasions I could think of would be dining at one of the finer dining restaurants at a Princess property. Again, not mandatory but migh tbe something you want to have just to make the occasion more special for yourself. I love ties and have about 50 of them, so any excuse I have to wear them I jump at.
At 1:51pm on April 6, 2008, John S said…
I'm from the Anchorage area, and have stayed at a few of the hotels. If you have a question on a specific one maybe I can answer for you.

I saw a comment below on the hostel. I have no idea about that, but most all other hotels on spenard are dives. Just one step up from renting by the hour. Some of them not even a step up. The exceptions to that comment are the barrett (a best western) and the millinium (fancy schmancy hilton-esque type place). Those two hotels are at the very end of spenard, near the airport.

The hotel/motel 6 is decent. And probably one of the cheaper ones. I think it is about $79 a night.

Anyways, if I you want to shoot me some specific questions or something, I will try and answer for you.
At 10:11pm on April 5, 2008, AlaskaBound! said…
No problem, thats what we are on here for right? And the same too you, how cool it must be to go to such an amazing place, and have part of your family there with you to enjoy. I am super jealous!!! Like I said I will shoot you a message after I get up there and let you know how it was. Good luck to the both of you as well this summer. Stay safe, and most of all have fun!
At 8:10pm on April 5, 2008, AlaskaBound! said…
I am headed up to Anchorage this week, and am staying in the Spenard International Hostel. It is a way cheaper than any of the hotels I looked into, and it's close to the airport, and the biggest bar in Anchorage ChilKoot Charlie's which is supposed to be an Anchorage landmark. 50 bucks for a private room, with WiFi and a full kitchen to use. Also close to other attractions and shops. I will shoot you a review next week after I have been there with pictures if you would like. is the website if you want to check it out. I have always picked hostels over hotels when traveling, as they are usually full of people just like me, and it's always a much better time than just staying in a hotel room.

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