We are a natural health care practice, serving Alaskans since 1992. We specialize in treatment of pain and injuries as well as breast pathology, including integrative breast cancer care and menstrual / menopause difficulties.
As if the lakeside views weren’t enough, Sunset View Resort’s proprietors have landscaped the surrounding 8 acres with blooming gardens and a waterfall, with a white-painted gazebo and covered pavilion to shelter groups large and small as they enjoy the vistas. Slightly further afield lie all the attractions of the Big Lake area, including sightseeing flights, hiking, boating, and fishing. Or, without leaving the property, guests can play horseshoes, watch birds, play billiards in the game room, and see how many cartwheels it takes to traverse a 1,500-square-foot banquet hall. As the sun sets, guests return to an assortment of private vacation lodges and inn-style rooms outfitted with features such as steam showers and jacuzzi tubs.
The Alaskan family that owns and operates Eureka Lodge is proud to share their outdoor spirit. The on-site restaurant displays mounts of caribou, big horn sheep, and mountain goats—a nod to the locals' love of big-game hunting and big-game decorating. On Eureka Lodge's trails blog, the owners keep visitors abreast of another favorite pastime, snowmobiling, by posting updates about which trails they've recently explored. They also blog about events held at Eureka, including annual ATV poker runs and music nights with local bands at the lodge's bar. Once the weather warms up and the tundra starts to thaw, the area's more than 100 miles of hiking and biking begin to open up. The wilds of Glennallen also are popular for fishing, horseback riding, and berry picking in the late spring and summer.
To outside viewers sharing the road or watching it roar past, the stretch Ford F-350 bearing the Just In Thyme Limousine Service insignia appears like a space shuttle—only with a truck bed where the rocket boosters would be. Underneath the white paint job and dark tinted windows, however, lies an interior that feels much more catwalk than spacewalk, surrounding passengers in grey leather upholstery, television screens, and mirrored surfaces. With a prompt and courteous chauffeur at the helm, the road rocket travels from its home port in Wasilla to communities as far afield as Fairbanks and Seward. It deposits passenger payloads at destinations such as the airport or prom, and the hulking mass can ferry riders from bar to bar during a bachelor party or a search party for a missing wedding ring.