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We woke up again to a moose except this one was a giant bull moose, it was the biggest moose I have ever seen. We did not leave the house until 12 o clock where we went to an open air market. The market was huge and full of exotic knick knacks and food only found in Alaska. We bought some halibut and fire starters made from caribou and deer bone. We also bought some t-shirts from the market. ...
... less than $2.00 per night. Not bad eh?) We camped two nights there and got to see the fish wheels in action on the river, plus we took Doc on a beautiful ride to McCarthy on the old mining railway bed.
McCarthy is the old town outside of the Kennecott Copper Mine and Mill town that thrived from 1913 to 1938 when the mine closed. The history of the copper mines and the mill there ...
After having breakfast at Snow City- yummy, we walked down the street about half a block to a statue of Captain Cook and a viewing platform, then it was back to the hotel to check out and get on the road.
First stop: Walmart!
Walmart is Walmart no matter where you are!
Our first stop was at Potters Marsh a wetlands area that was created when the railroad/road was built. We walked most of the board ...
Monday came way too quickly. I feel like I just arrived! Since Tess and I slept through our alarms, I leisurely woke up and took Dawson to Westchester Lagoon to go for a swim, where of course Dawson wanted to jump in the muddy part of the lake in an attempt to befriend some ducks and geese, before meeting Tess for an early lunch. We went to Glacier Brewhouse and arrived just before the lunch rush. The food was incredible, including ...
... and fast and looks very cold with rocky banks and trees/bushes down to the water’s edge. I took lots of pictures of various interesting islands, channels, and so on but doubt they’ll be very good as it has gotten pretty gray. I’ve seen a few ducks and tundra swans, but no bears, wolves, moose or other large animals.
We made a stop at Talketna where a bunch of passengers disembarked. They planned to rent an airplane that was going to take them to ...