Friday, July 4, 2014

Our week at the Kenai Moose Lodge

I know I have said it before, but it's true. The Time Is Flying by! We had a very busy and fun week at the Moose Lodge. We have gotten to know some terrific people, made some special new friends and worked our butts off!  Carolee and I helped prep all the food for today's 4th of July celebration and fundraiser.  We baked tons of cookies, chicken legs, meatballs, chicken sticks and smoked about 100 lbs of pork butt. Along with all the utensils,  set up, ice, drinks, etc. we did it!  The guys worked hard too! Talk about tired.  That's me writing this. It was a great day, very successful and fun to boot!  All of the volunteers were awesome.  Proceeds go to Community Outreach, helping those in the community that need some extra help; whether it be a death, illness, job loss or whatever. We love being members of Moose International,  a fraternal organization that supports a lot of good causes. Check it out at  If you would be interested in becoming a member, please contact me! RVERS take note, that many lodges offer free or donation for parking, usually with water and electric. It's a great place to park, have a drink and dinner and get to know some locals in the area you are visiting.  Ok, commercial over! Lol
We will say our goodbyes til next time and move down the Sterling Hwy tomorrow to Ninilchik where the guys will halibut fish. I will work and do laundry. Long drive tomorrow of 45 miles. See you later!


  1. Darn, we're just a week or so behind you. We plan on staying at the Kenai lodge also. Maybe we'll catch up with you in Homer.

    -- jc&bev

  2. We love the Moose but not the ones that have smoking. It's always a good place to get a good meal and information about an area.

  3. Jan, many have gone to non-smoking; others have not. All in Alaska are non-smoking except for Kenai. You can always call ahead and ask.