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... industry. Everyone here is dressed like they hiked here from South America. Basically in our current garb, we seem to fit right in. Dinner was at Denali Brewing Company where I had a really good Burger and Kevin ordered Cajon Shrimp. The tab was reasonable (by Alaskan standards) at under $30 each which included two beers.
After dinner we walked over to Talkeetna River and I watched the sun vanish behind Foraker ...
... it and some who didn't (there is a whole wall for those who didn't). The town was the fictional model for the TV show Northern Exposure.
As seen on TV where they pick up the off grid people and in the summer the hikers out in the bush without all the drama that the TV show puts on . What we seen they were polite and mostly clean. Was one or two you didn't get too close to since you could smell them from a distance.
Talked with the girl that brought the dog on and I put that in one of the pictures.
Everyone is tired this morning as we sip our hot coffee and eat our oatmeal and cinnamon rolls. The minivan, covered in a thick layer of dust, is loaded and we are off by 9am, bound for the small town of Talkeetna, one of the towns that inspired Northern Exposure. It's a 2 1/2 hr journey back towards Anchorage.
The skies are grey and overcast as we drive. The clouds hug the mountains and creep up from the valleys like a mist. Rain pelts the car, washing off some of the ...
... coolworks." No age limit, just log on & find where you would like to do seasonal work. How awesome is that!
Felt so good to get into our room, have a glass of wine & do my blogging. Had a nice casual dinner in the hotel at the "Base Camp Bistro". Our waiter was a lot of fun & said he found his job on Craig's List. We've met so many interesting people on this trip & love hearing how they ended up working in Alaska.