Wednesday, August 17, 2011
George and Beth Jacobs have gathered an assortment of Alaskan artifacts which are displayed rather haphazardly around their property. Construction equipment, old cars, huge generators, and other large pieces are located along paths outside. A few buildings hold an mixture of smaller things, like a doll collection and hundreds of soda cans, no two alike. The Jacobs are very friendly and can answer any question about each the piece in their collection.
Mukluk Land is not very accessible. There is a ramp to the admissions building but it has a high threshold at the entrance door.The group of buildings housing the snack bar, restrooms, and doll collections has two ramps, a long porch and is all accessible. The main paths are covered with woodchips which makes pushing hard. Other areas don’t have paths and the grass is thick and the ground uneven.
The parking lot is large enough for all RVs. Mukluk