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  • Mostly Moose Gifts
    Mostly Moose Gifts
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    her mask from last year at Alaska State...
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    Mostly Moose Gifts: Alaska Craft Gifts

    by FatesWarn Written Aug 16, 2014

    Mostly Moose carries a lot of local craft gifts and lots of moose themed gifts to take home. After much searching, I found the best little plush moose to bring home to my Goddaughter.

    What to buy: Birch Syrup candy, which is a unique Alaskan treat.

    What to pay: The perfect plush that I sought was less than $10 (and it was way better than others I saw for more elsewhere).

    Mostly Moose Gifts
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    Bears & Beyond Gifts: Great Spot to Buy Your Travel Gifts

    by FatesWarn Written Aug 16, 2014

    Bears & Beyond has a wide array of bear themed gifts to bring home from Alaska (and other trinkets too). My favorite was the bear take on the "Keep Calm" t-shirts. I indicated to the shop-keeper that I might regret not buying two, so she dropped her card in my bag and told me that they would ship one with reasonable postage if I called them for another.

    What to buy: Clothing and books.

    What to pay: Quality t-shirts for $16.50.

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    Cubby's Marketplace: Stock Up on Supplies Before the Park

    by FatesWarn Written Aug 3, 2014

    Cubby's Marketplace is right off the highway that you will take to Denali National Park and it's a great place to stop to pick up snacks and water for your trip to Denali. There are no grocery stores in the towns around Denali, so this is your best bet for anything you need or realize that you have forgotten.
    It looks like a little place that won't have much of anything you're used to back home, but they had both of the two oddball items I needed/forgot... a hair pick style comb and Airborne. They also have bottled water, plenty of jerky and other to go snacks.

    What to pay: average grocery store prices

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    • Adventure Travel
    • Family Travel

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  • Alaska Things & Dreams Gifts: Real Made in Alaska Gifts no import junk

    by medicmanak Written Sep 15, 2011

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    Well after going in All the town with all the China stuff, I'm like I came 4,000 miles for this. I can get this junk on the Ship. Then the driver told me of a little shop just out of town, Her name is Maris she make Dolls & all king of things from Alaska made with things FROM Alaska, Fur Moose Beaver, you name it & She will make you what you want RIGHT there.

    There is NOTHING in her store that has the price TAG put over the made in CHINA sticker.
    I asked her about some things I got & why she had ALL the permits on the wall. Sh said that for everything I make & use the made in Alaska sticker on I have to show the State that I really make that item here in Alaska. Wow she has won a lot of prizes from the Alaska State Fair like 3 years in a row. She got the Premium which is the Best of the Best, At the fair I saw one from 2010 & She said that she just got one from 2011

    Hers is her Face book Page lot's of real Made in Alaska Gifts Ck it out

    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Made-in-Alaska-Gifts/129919497106886

    What to buy: Try & talk her out of the Doll from the Alaska State Fair from 2010 bet Ya can't

    What to pay: A LOT less then other places for the REAL thing Like she says if they all look the same then they are copy's

    her mask from last year at Alaska State Fair This is 2001 Alaska State Fair Stuff in the Store Alaska State Fair 2011 The famous sign
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    Open Air Market: Splendid Soapstone Fisherman

    by vichatherly Updated Jun 15, 2007

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    We went along to the local Open Air Market in Talkeetna. It had some great local arts and crafts made by local people.

    What to buy: I bought a beautiful carved figure made out of soapstone from a local artist. He was a young lad who had learnt his trade from his father. He told us that he liked to travel around Europe during the harsh Alaskan winter especially Romania as he had a fondness for Dracula.

    I think I paid around $78 for the carving which now sits on the mantle piece at home. He said that he does also sell to wholesalers and also at the Saturday/Sunday market in Anchorage but then the prices have to go up substantially.

    Soapstone Dancer
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    Nagley's General Store: If We Don't Have It, You Don't Need It

    by mcpangie Updated Jan 22, 2004

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    These days the store is still much like it used to be when I lived in Talkeeta. The store has a little of anything you could possibly need. The design hasn't changed, so there are still places that pennies can hide so make sure to get down on your hands and knees and look for spare change!

    What to buy: Postcards.

    What to pay: Prices are generally more expensive than in Anchorage for everything.

    Old-Fashioned Shopping
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    Nagley's General Store: The Historic B&K

    by mcpangie Updated Jan 22, 2004

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    Nagley's Store used to be called The B&K when I lived in Talkeetna. I remember begging my mom for a penny when a penny could actually buy something. Gum. Or for a few cents more I could buy a "Big Buddy" and fill my mouth up with gum. Oh, and I remember Gemini, the house cat that lived at the B&K. You should go check out their website.

    What to buy: Postcards

    What to pay: Prices are generally more expensive than in Anchorage for everything. We used to drive to Anchorage a couple times a month. But, this store always have the necessities.

    Nagley's Store - January 1998
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    Talkeetna Arts & Crafts: A Little Off-Center in the Out-of-the-Way

    by mrclay2000 Written Sep 30, 2003

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    Somewhat of an eclectic assortment marks the inventory of Talkeetna's Arts & Crafts store near the celebrated Talkeetna Roadhouse. Filled with books and cards, local topo maps and other Alaskan trinkets and jewelry, this is a souvenir sharper's paradise.

    Village Arts & Crafts, Talkeetna

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    Nagley's Store: Interior Produce and Expedition Supplies

    by mrclay2000 Written Sep 29, 2003

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    Nagley's prides itself on carrying most of the items you would need for an Alaskan tour, including food and drink and camping supplies. Its exterior looks like the typical Alaskan tourism mecca, but its holdings are certainly relevant and practical.

    Nagley's Store

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    Nagley's General Store: A One Stop Shop

    by vichatherly Updated Jun 19, 2007

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    This is a one stop shop with all of your needs catered for. We simply took a look around and were amazed at the stock it had.

    Nagley's General Store
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