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... ride home and by the time we drove the RV home it was 1900.. so we are both trying to sort through the hundreds of photos and type this up before bed..
Tomorrow Kaff has her tour and I am going to Gas up then hang out at the shops..I found a "Chuck E Cheese" which I haven't had before so I may go there after the shops. We are also catching up with some people who are friends of a friend who we met on the train so should be ...
... trip went smoothly with yet another knowledgeable driver
We arrived in Talkeetna.. was more like an old hippie commune than a town..
It went and bought me an ice cream straight off...
I think the town exists on the tourists arriving to get the train to Anchorage..
Even the rail depot had no building or ...
... around. The bathrooms are horrible but the larger RV parks in town are simply parking lots, with hookups. We are convenient to the freeway and only minutes from downtown. I have read many travelers skip Anchorage on their visit to Alaska, which would be a mistake. The Anchorage Museum gets a Gem and we spent a good part of a day there. We also took the Trolley Tour and that was well worth ...
... they are enjoying sharing with me what they love doing all the
time. It’s nice being a passenger. I do keep telling them thanks for the experience.
If I was out here for the first time I would miss so much. I will keep thanking
them for sharing with me. I hope they don’t get tired of hearing it. I’m going
to start planning my next year’s trip before this is over. I’ll Be Back!
Josh, Christopher & Scott
... valley with tundra-like plants such as high-bush blueberries that are beginning to turn color and short spruce trees. Blueberry season has begun, popular with both Alaskans and bears. The onboard guide said that it snowed here the other day; winter is really coming on quickly.
Now we’re passing over the 912-ft Hurricane bridge (we are ~166 miles from Anchorage). It was constructed in 1921 (and, we were assured, is checked carefully after every earthquake). It ...