Another edition of Whimsical Alaska -- maybe the last one -- for this Throwback Thursday post from last summer.
(I really think that is supposed to be a bull and a cow moose, not a two-headed one. The sign was very weathered.) Moose Pass is on the highway somewhere between Anchorage and Homer. It was founded in 1909 and served as a supply station for the Klondike gold rush and other pioneers.
At one time, you could have ground your ax (literally) at the water wheel below -- it's a restoration of the original built in 1928 (according to another sign at the site).
The original provided hydroelectric power to the village for decades. It has been restored as a tribute to the town father who built the original.