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Thursday was a 5 hour school bus ride through Denali National Park. It is a true wilderness and looks the same today as it did in the 1920's other than the 2-lane road that goes through the park. We weren't able to see Mt. McKinley due to the clouds, but we did see caribou and a moose.
Friday we are on the road again to Mt.McKinley Princess Lodge for a hopefully closer look at Mt. McKinley if the weather cooperates.
... history of Fairbanks- fun.
FUN FACTS FOR THE GKIDDOS
-We bought Alaska for 2 cents an acre from the Russians
-The coastline of Alaska is longer than the combined continental US
-Alaska is 51 miles from Russia
-Sun sets here 12:30 am and rises 3:15 am
-They are now losing 7 min a day
-Alaska is larger than Texas California and Montana combined
... Him” hell ye, get ...
... mile round trip to Deadhorse. The first 100 miles or so are paved with potholes. Then the dirt for the next 400 miles. The weather reports have changed so it now looks like we will have two days of rain to start, then clearing for the two day return trip. We have 260 miles to Wiseman where we have a B&B set up.Tthen rooms in Deadhorse at the oil workers dorm. We return to the B&B for the next leg, then back on the 4th of July to Fairbanks.
We are some of the lucky 30% to see the top of Denali. We came in on a rainy day and the next day it cleared up just enough for us to see the top of Denali. You have to be vigilant to be able to catch it too. It sneaks in and out of the clouds so when it is clear here you have to stop and get to a vantage point.
We took a tour ...