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Travel Blogs from Talkeetna
... to worry as I will do one FINAL post tomorrow to tell you about tonight and to celebrate getting back to St. Louis. We get into St. Louis around 1:30 tomorrow afternoon and then go to the Cardinal game tomorrow night. That will force us to get acclimated to the time change!
We've enjoyed hearing from so many of you on our journey and it was nice to know you were enjoying following our journey and enjoying our pictures.
Another early start. Got to Anchorage airport at 5.45am for a 7.00am departure. Zoe booked us in at the auto-check in and a message came up saying that the flight was over booked would we like to take an earlier flight. We declined and waited with baited breath to see whether we made it on to the aircraft. We did and were off to Kotzebue.
A 2 hour flight to a very remote town 26 miles north of the Arctic Circle. We were picked up at the airport for a tour of the town and ...
... rang Fly Denali again & Maheys to try to coordinate the 2 flights & a jet boat trip, as I decided on the latter 2 hour ride. He organized all 3 & said it would be tight getting from one to another in time but it was possible, though the lady at the flight company didn’t think so apparently. I haggled for a 30% discount on the flights!! It was now 9.50am & the order of the flights had changed to fit them in, I had to check in for the first flight at 11.30am ...
... haddock, shrimp, scallops, crab! Next table filled with young family with four kids. Ga Southern grads. She teaches and he farms turnips and peonies in Talkeetna. She takes care of kids and house during summer farm season; he takes over during her school year. Alaskans seem universally friendly. People start conversations with us everywhere we go. Walked down to river to watch sunset over McKinley while an otter paddled by three feet from shore. No wake-up call tomorrow ...
... but "since I was opening one, I may as well being one for them too." Haha. Cookie had to head home, so late morning we said goodbye and sat around a little longer before heading down to the creek. Later that evening, Shortcake showed up, and we briefly fished but then headed back to camp for some dinner and another night of drinking around the campfire. Days away from her husband and child are rare, so she always makes the most out of every outing, and this was no exception. We had ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking