Chinook Wind Cabins
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... eat them at the best of times. Very mushy flesh in normal circumstances. They are the late run of salmon in the fall. The Bears like them as they fatten up in preparation for hibernation. We were a little disappointed not to see a bear standing in mid stream, maybe later in the trip. We did see some interesting footprints on the banks nearby. Bear, and according to Google, grizzly bear. Bears ...
... and an apple juice. It passed enough time for us to then wander back to where we would catch our shuttle to the Lodge. It was 'nap time' for everyone during the hour journey with our coach driver Dick. The McKinley Wilderness Lodge is set on 146 acres. It was purchased by Princess Cruises over 10 years ago and every year they build more accommodation. We are in Cabin 25 and there are probably 30 or more rooms in this two storey block. There are ...
Cloudy, rainy or hazy most days... Denali is a reluctant sight, as only 20% get to see her fully. I felt somewhat lucky this day, but I knew that I could not honestly call myself a 20%er.
Still stunning....at 200 miles distance!
Drove out of Anchorage. First stop the Orthodox Community at Eagle River to look at the beautiful St John's Cathedral. Built on 1988 of wood, beautiful birch ceiling, unique geo-desic dome and wonderful painted icons on the wall.
After shopping at Wasilla, drove the Parks Highway, named after George Parks. Alaska's most travelled road, built in 1972, connecting Anchorage to Fairbanks. Much ...
... with homemade blue cheese dressing & Amelia had grilled chicken alfredo. Dessert was rhubarb bread pudding with whipped cream ~ who would think that we would find such a great meal in the middle of nowhere!
Back at the lodge, Amelia & I returned to our chairs in front of the fire. She read & I sipped my wine, enjoying being where I was at. That darn Jeff decided to stay in the room & watch "Pawn Stars" ~ really ...