Fireweed Station Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a hut just off the river in the forest and he comes there with his wife and dod for the summer. He comes down to the river three of four times a day and sings to the tourists in the rafts.
Once back in Talkeetna, we walked back up the street to the office of the company. We had these special waterproof shoes that we had put on over our own shoes. So one felt like 'puss in boots' flopping along the street. The ...
... pictures which didn't do the sight justice of course. McKinley doesn't show up real well in the picture but it is a spectacular view from here. After talking it over we decide to continue on to Talkeetna where there are several companies offering flight tours. Today is a good day weather wise and we hate to pass up the opportunity.
We stop at a junction where there is a visitor information station and they help ...
... going to rain so they would not serve outside (Pfft, as if it's going to rain). Sue went inside to plead with the manager but she was adamant they would not serve us on the deck but she would put our names down for a table inside. This we did reluctantly because is was very noisy and crowded inside. We waited patiently outside for our inside table, enjoying the cool air and beautiful view. A few times we sent a delegate in to check if there was a vacancy yet ...
... 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! - ...
... charge runs out and jostle with fellow train goers to take photos of passing landmarks. We are very lucky to see Mt McKinley (highest peak in North America) as we head towards the park. Lucky because it is usually covered by cloud eighty per cent of the time. We are less lucky with wildlife spotting. With the exception of a dead mousse by the tracks, the wildest animal is Ethan when his iPod battery runs out! It is after four when ...