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... we wanted pickles but I didn't know what he meant - turned out they were pickled gherkins & yummy so I had some with my hot dog. The owner came & chatted whilst we ate so we probably stayed longer than we intended.
If you are passing I highly recommend stopping for a feed, the hot dogs were so good & the fries ultra fresh.
Sheila rang asking Eddie what we wanted to do about dinner, he'd told her we'd just eaten but I suggested going out if they wanted. ...
... said that his buddies were catching Reds on the Klutina River at Copper Center; that he was going to fly back to Fairbanks since our trip was trashed; that he would drive to Copper Center (as a friend and not a guide), and show us where and how to fish for the Reds. Two choices: the four of us (Roger, Chris, Judy, and I) stay holed up in the motorhome for a week with nothing planned; or, drive four hours to the other side ...
... is abundant. Not the views like a clear day, but the play of clouds and light still are awesome. The rivers are swiftly flowing under the snow and ice is just beginning to break is ponds and lakes. We are traveling on the Ric******* Hwy, hwy 2 which goes from Fairbanks to Valdez. The Alaska Pipeline that travels from the Arctic was built in the 70's is following this road. There is no way to explain what went on to accomplish this. ...
... made with the wild berries that grow nearby.
We continued on to the Wrangell - St. Elias National Park. The girls picked up their Junior Ranger books and then we headed to Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge. (Owned by Princess Cruises.) The lodge had a view of Mount Sanford, Mount Drum, and Mount Wrangell, and there were ...
... of being restored. The original mill is one of those. There were National Park staff giving a tour to experts that will be working on the project in the coming years. Even more amazing is that the mill is now open to guided tours so we were able to see the entire process starting on the top floor and going down each floor. Guardrails have been put up on some floors to keep people in a certain area but some of the floors were completely accessible. Most of the ...
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