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Today we took a 12 hour bus tour into Denali National Park. I was a great day.
We were blessed to get to see Mt. McKinley - this was Keith and Brenda's first time. Bobby and I have been really blessed and lucky to get to see it three times. You have less than an 1/3 chance to see it! It was visible most of the day with some great photo …
Update from last night: We had a great opportunity to see the Northern Lights. This was one of my bucket list photo opportunities. We drove out to Cleary Summit and had a great chance to see many colors (green, white, yellow and even a little red).
Today, we drove from Fairbanks to Denali. We had lunch at the 49th State Brewery and then …
... into the tank. Then when I was served she asked how much petrol I wanted and I had no idea how much the tank needed so I guessed $30 and that only went to over half full. Anyway we decided to fill up later on so hit the road again.
Back at Healy, we filled the car, washed the windscreen and returned the car to Ann who was to take us back to the lodge. She asked about the wildlife we saw and when we said 'None' she said well let's find some and drove around some areas ...
We left Healy early to start our 4 hour drive to church. The sky was blue and clear which allowed us to see Mt. McKinley one last time as we drove down.
The small congregation in Anchorage was very friendly and we enjoyed talking with for a while after church. We also joined them for their yearly picnic on Sunday. It was cold and rainy but the fellowship warm.
We have had a wonderful trip and have made so many memories.
... of the would-be miners, who organised their last minute supplies and headed off into the Denali mountains to seek their fortune. It was a fairly sleepy, historical little town until 1999 when Princess Cruises built some lodges close by, and started a train bringing all of the tourists off the ships up to see the mountains. 200,000 tourists now come through in a season, and the real locals, as opposed to those who have arrived to service the tourists, are not ...