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... 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!
... train had got there just before we did, and was disgorging carriage loads of tourists, most of them from our cruise. If we had done the cruise extension with Holland America we would have stayed in Anchorage last night, and headed up to Denali on this train today.
Drove on to Denali National Park in the afternoon, stopping for a view of Mt McKinley (Denali), and for Brendan and Rachel to take a selfie of themselves at the park entrance sign to add to ...
... 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 ...
... headed to our home for the next three days at a B&B on a lake in Healy - very pretty setting. Tomorrow and Sunday we take the bus deep into the park to hopefully get even better views of McKinley, the remote wilderness, and wildlife. As I write this, it is 10:00 pm and still broad daylight - the sun won't set for another 2-1/2 hours. This is the farthest north we've ever been, even a bit farther than we got in Norway ...
Back on the road we head to Denali along the highway. We get to the campsite we will say at for the next three nights. We had been told that there was going to be a festival for the summer solstice so it was going to be a party weekend. Smashing. We set up camp and have pasta for dinner then some moonshine for desert and headed on up to the bar. The bar was fairly quiet but we had a few giggles and walked home in the daylight at 3am. The ...