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... Bruce drive through it. She would be able to if she had to, I know, but this was a choice.
That whole Portage Valley would've been all the prettier with glaciers and a river and waterfalls if it wasn't so cold and rainy.
Our next destination Anchorage which made for an interesting end to our short driving day as Denis was sure he knew how to take us to Earthquake Park, but he couldn't make the necessary turn so we didn't get there and I took it out on ...
... Cod, Salmon and Halibut. Delicious!
In the morning I went in search of a glacier I could get close to, but no luck, access not open until May. So I stopped at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center in Portage. It takes in injured and orphaned animals and keeps them if they are not able to return to the wild. They are also getting ready to restore the wood bison to central Alaska this summer. I saw moose, a black bear, musk ox, caribou, wood bison, elk, a lynx, and ...
... Hope, the weather took a turn for the worse - and kept on turning. By the time we reached our next campsite at Bird Creek, the weather was causing us more 'water ingress problems'. But don't worry, we've worked out now that, in the event of potential storms, we need to have the van down slightly at the front. drivers side - so that rain drains off the roof instead of through it!
We're about to head north ...
... the alarm for 8am. Being Saturday night, the local hoons were out in force in their loud motor cars and bikes, but it settled down enough for us to get to sleep eventually, Murray a lot easier than Dianne, as usual.
Sunday 8th June Anchorage to Denali National Park.
We are up before the alarm, showered and out to the kitchen for the Sunday blueberry pancake breakfast cooked by Dave the manager. The pancakes were a great improvement on our Honolulu ...
We've arrived! Elizabeth had 4 teenage boys lined up to unload, so the whole RV got unloaded in 1 1/2 hours. Tomorrow we head down to Seward for a Cruise into Resurrection Bay and then camp out there so that we can all enjoy ONE night on the totally emptied out RV. We're all really looking forward to it (and Elizabeth's housemate, Kate, is joining us as well).
We slept in this morning and had a nice leisurely breakfast at ...