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Travel Blogs from Glennallen
... completed in 1945 & Glennallen developed as a small community around the site of the camp.
After the Tok Cut-Off was constructed north of Glennallen to Tok, 135 miles east on the Alaska Highway, Glennallen grew as a commercial centre, in addition a number of staff & students came to the area when the Copper Valley School was opened. Then with the construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline Glennallen's economy grew further. When the George Parks Highway connecting Anchorage ...
... to help.
Got to Tok, visited Information center, great amount of info. Refueled and headed for Glennallen.
After setting up in a tremendous wind we headed to Copper Center about 10 miles south of the RV Park. Visited the Forest Service to learn more about the Wrangell – St Elias National
Park. Huge 18 million acres, larger than Switzerland and with higher mountains. We didn’t have time to walk ...
... up the job as the rain was so heavy and continuous. I could barely see the road in front let alone follow Brians advice to follow his path through the gravel sections. Consequently the only photos we took were the ones when the rain stopped 10 miles before Glennallen when we stopped for lunch. Go figure!
We arrived at the Caribou Hotel and checked in and asked to be in the same vicinity as the ...
... see a beaver, lodges and dam. He is excited since he grew up in the Land of Many Beaver, no joke that was the town motto for Abington, Ma.
We turn onto the Denali Hwy. We had hoped to travel the 130 miles of this road to McKinley area but the rain has not helped the dirt and gravel road. Ed just wouldn't chance this. We drove in the first 21 miles that is paved to have lunch at the Tangle Lake Inn in Paxton, AK. It overlooked the ...
... even if it was a small black bear! She is getting pretty frail.
She couldn't hear us and she kept trotting farther and farther ahead! I started yelling and so did Warren. She kept going. Finally she stopped and looked around and saw us and came back. Phew!!
It wasn’t much of a wild life day. I saw a gray jay, but we cut our bird watching walk short because of the ravenous mosquitoes!