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Travel Blogs from Healy
... and took pictures from a distance.
On the tour we had three different bear sightings with a total of six bears! The driver said it was our lucky day because she hasn't seen bears for the past three days.
We saw the two families of the state bird, the Willow Ptarmigan.
A lot of caribou/reindeer.
A few ground squirrels.
One Golden Eagle.
We had a great day!
... with the change to 'their' town.
However we were warmly received, had some morning tea, looked around the local artisan's market, went for a walk, then had some lunch. The menu had to explain what 'pasties' were to locals who had never tried them before. They think that they are strange, and this comes from people who smother peanut butter and maple syrup on a waffle for breakfast, and think it completely normal.
When we arrived at Talkeetna we found ...
... Olivia had grilled chicken, she said it was delicious! Before dinner, Marley got on the webcam and connected with her mom. On the way back to our cabins, we saw a moose eating on the side of the road. Many students got pictures of this. Even I did, I charge my electronics while we were at dinner! We arrived at our cabins at 8;15 and spent the evening writing in our journals and packing our suitcases to leave in the morning. Good night ...
Stopped to get a few supplies and on to Denali. Staying in the park for two nights. Crockpot Lasanga was a delicious meal. Found out only about 30% of the visitors actually get to see Denali or Mt. McKinley. We hope to on our tour tomorrow. They claim you have a better chance to see a Bear than the ...
... Alaskan Huskies. Tthe best part is the playing and holding the puppies. It was hard not taking one home as a souvenir. My son just told me I write too much so that's all I'll say for today. I'm including another's picture of the mountain, just ...