Deneki Lakes B&B
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... far as the buses will take you. We went to Wonder Lake. It is 85 miles into Denali on a gravel road!
We also got to see some great wildlife. We saw three bears, moose, caribou, eagle, birds, and dall sheep.
We are headed back to Anchorage tomorrow. Tomorrow will be laundry day - yes you even have to do laundry while on vacation. We will be getting ready to get on the boat on Saturday.
... then I noticed we needed to get petrol.
At the Denali Park entrance there was no petrol station but I thought there would be one at the village which was a short drive further north. Because we were so low I thought of checking the GPS for the nearest petrol or gas station as they are called here and to my horror, it showed the closest one was 38 miles away at a town we had already passed. Daisy was now very upset with me , but we decided to drive ...
... energy and excitement made our adventures even better.
A wonderful thing about our tour. When someone spots wildlife, the bus will stop to give us time to take photos and enjoy watching the wildlife in their native habitat.
Another long travel day, but a wonderful taste of the beautiful scenery and wildlife we are about to see on the rest of the ...
... cherries, and apricots). As we got closer to the lodge the weather started to clear. The bases of the snow covered mountains were showing and the caps were peering through the clouds. It was beautiful and quite a glorious welcome. We arrived at the lodge around 8pm and met Simon and Adrienne. They showed us around and then we sat on a ridge amongst the thousands of mosquitoes and drank an Alaskan IPA beer and chatted about how lovely the scenery was and what ...
... eye for something moving nearby. Jayson was most interesting in his commentary during the tour. One thing he was saying is that a Caribou is loved by the mosquitoes and a particular fly in the area and the mosquitoes can extract 16 oz of blood in a day. There is only 1 frog that inhabits the area....a Wood Frog, during the winter it burrows and beginning with limbs gradually shuts down and almost ...