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July 13 - 20
We got off the rough and rattly Denali Highway and rolled along the Ric*******, south towards Chitina. (Pronounced Chit-nya) Not much in Chitina itself but the Copper River runs there =favorite with fishermen- and a nice state campground by the river that is free. (Just an update on campsite costs- to date we have spent a total of $90.00 in 49 days on campsite fees. That's an ...
... the tide will rise and fall up to 26 feet! Anchorage is so charming. It isn't a particularly large downtown to hold its 300,000 residents, but it has several restaurants and breweries and a plethora of kitschy souvenir shops. Regardless, I was mesmerized. Anchorage is sandwiched between the Cook Inlet to the south and mountains to the north, east and west; needless to say, there is not a bad view to be had.
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... coats, hats and gloves. Near Talkeetna we visited the champion sled dogs of Martin Buser. Martin Buser has been the 4 time winner of the Iditarod 1,000 mile race in March from Anchorage to Nome. The dogs are bred especially for fast, endurance racing. You can see in one of the photos how the dogs are protected to shield and care for their bodies during this race, against the harsh conditions, that they would experience. A picnic lunch was ...
... the simple octane-free romance of sled travel and the quiet solitude where I could take in my surroundings and bellow out Christmas carols about 7-dog open sleds. Equally the rustic woodsy, kerosene lamp lighted cabin and the rituals of feeding and harnessing dogs, of melting ice for water and yarning about life in Alaska were essential parts of the quintessential Alaskan wilderness experience.
Snow mobiles are equally part of the Alaskan experience and essential ...
... 8220;tipple” (blue building) and loaded on trains. The Healy clean coal plant was built as a demonstration (burning coal waste to generate power). They couldn’t meet emission standards so was closed down A smaller plant has almost passed and is more successful (burns coal from Usibelli coal mine). Coal in this area is sub-bituninous, very young. It has high calcium, water content. Burns clean.
At ~242 mi from Anchorage, we started thru a long, ...