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... We see more spectacular scenery until we reach the Eielson Visitor Centre at 11.29 for a long break. The centre has good views over the valley below, and walking trails, but they don't seem to lead anywhere interesting, so we hang about the visitor centre, and get back on the bus to carry on.
By 12.06 we are above the large Muldrow Glacier, which is covered in vegetation which insulates the ice below. We photograph a sink hole in the vegetation where you can ...
... This store, on the outskirts of town, has EVERYTHING - all native made and beautiful! Wood carvings, soapstone and ivory carvings, native drums and paintings and baskets. Spirit masks. Art made from antlers, fossils and teeth and bones. Pelts and fur clothing. The last time we were here we bought a pair of fox fur booties for Quinn (we still have them). We browsed around the store for way too long. Quinn ended up getting a spirit ...
... Mt McKinley is the highest peak in North America, standing at 20,320 ft above sea level.
We took in a trip to the gorgeous little town of Talkeetna along the way. Drove on and had lunch at Cantwell, paid $12 for a burger. Drove 140 miles on gravel road to complete the loop back to Anchorage tomorrow. Stayed at Lakeview (what lake, what view??) Resort at Paxsa (population 19). This place is nothing to what its title portrays, what a dive, almost falling down. Couldn't ...
... great day with her, walking/birding (no photos posted for this part of trip).
On Sunday morning, we were picked up by the shuttle driver to get our RV in Wasilla. Since the weather was so glorious, we decided to head on up to Talkeetna and take a flightseeing trip around McKinley, including a glacier landing on Ruth Glacier. The pictures in this blog entry are all from that flightseeing ...
Ready or not, Alaska, here we come. We have a long afternoon a head of us but very excited to finally be on our way. We made it to the airport in record time in the luxurious Acadia belonging to the Craig family. They provided expert chauffeur service but in our excitement we forgot to tip the driver. Hopefully he doesn't remember the next time we stay at the Craig Family Hotel. We breezed through check ...
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