Chinook Wind Cabins
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... there necessarily because there is no view, there are some creeks though. Next, we continued toward Denali. We stopped at several lookouts on the way to see if we could see Mt. McKinley, the highest point in North America. We might have seen it. There are not very good signs explaining what your looking at. We took pictures with what we saw anyway, just in case. We parked the RV for the night at Byers Lake, and made spaghetti and garlic bread for dinner! - ...
... and her husband Shawn had not made our flight but were coming in on a direct flight from Minneapolis to arrive around 6:30. They'd meet us at the lodge. I called back Jeff from Trapper Creek thanking him for the message, also in hopes that he wouldn't mind of we came out to the B & B to shoot the perfect northern sky he had that faces Mt. McKinley. The skies were starting to clear, as we expected, from the many hours ...
... race and then look after the dogs and themselves at each stop. The whole race takes the winners 9 days and the biggest trial is sleep depravation (most mushers get about 1.5 hours each day). It sounds totally brutal. Buoyed up by a great morning, we get the shuttle to the train depot (the US lingo is sinking in!) to catch the bus to Denali Backcountry Lodge. This lodge is at the end of the road into Denali National Park, 92 miles away. There ...
... she lives in. She has no running water in her house and no stove, and an OK outhouse. All of her cooking is done on a grill. And it was so fresh and so perfectly cooked. Yep, I was stuffed. We had to cut our visit short because we were going to give the glacier landing another try. We needed to get to the airport.
Randy, our pilot, was an older gentleman outfitted in sneakers and a Hawaiian shirt (and trousers for those of ...
... protect that for posterity. Brad pioneered the West Buttress Route on McKinley and Barbara was the first woman to summit. Brad also mapped the most difficult terrain in the world, Denali, Grand Canyon and the Everest area. His photography of mountains is equal to that of Ansel Adams in quality.
The next morning the group goes on a Jet Boat ride with Mahay’s River Adventures. I stay behind trying to catch up with this blog. I ran a ...