Meandering Moose Lodging
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... the other three operators on the river at that time! Our paddlers name was Merv and he said "He had told Dan not to go into that part of the river"! Guess he now knows the level of the river has dropped consIderably.
The Talkeetna River is glacier fed and has a confluence with the Susitna River and the Chulitna River, near the town of Talkeetna. The Talkeetna river is quite low at the moment and the tours ...
... stay in the right place and not stick into me). I showed my glasses and remarked on the zero possibility of finding an optometrist out here. The attendant agreed and then said 'But we do have a glasses repair kit.' No way! I had never heard of such a thing. But there it was. So while I am secretly proud of my McGiver like glasses fix, they do look and function a lot better with a real screw to hold them ...
... of train whistles. Chris feels a few drops, then suddenly a few more. We move under the tin awning and watch the deluge. Diners relaxing on the porch suddenly disappear. Shoppers rush into stores, the streets are quiet except for the occasional Alaskan native unconcerned with the weather. The rain echoes off the tin awning in its own symphony. Just as quickly as it starts it quits. The town returns to life as the sun casts its rays down on the wet shiny tables.
We meet back ...
... looked at the mountains for the rest of the afternoon/evening. Sitting outside now at 9:40pm, still in full sunlight an it's 30 degrees C. Tuesday 16/6 - We did a short nature trail walk with the on-site Naturalist this morning before heading into Talkeetna to explore. It didn't take long to explore as it's a small town of less than 1000 people. It's at the junction of three rivers and that's what it's name means. It is ...
... restrictions on vehicles in the park and staying at one of the lodges is a great way to go further than the standard park shuttles. The problem is that for the most part the road is unmade gravel which slows the bus down to 15-20 miles per hour. The result is a bus journey lasting 5-6 hours long! We are psyched up for a long, dull and sickly journey. In fact it flew by. Sightings of a grizzly bear and her two cubs, as well as a herd of ...