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... when we're out of the wind.
On Saturday, I took a tour bus to the Denali National Park, some 250 miles north of Anchorage. Sunday was a great day of touring and hiking in the park. I saw a number of the locals: a grey wolf, a grizzly mum and her cub, several moose, caribou, dohli sheep and artic ground squirrels. There wasn't a lot of bird life but I did see a falcon ...
Today we visited the Alaskan heritage museum it was extremely cool. It had replicas of all of the housing methods of the native Americans in Alaska. Most of the houses were made underground and were very hot and roomy. The wooden houses were huge and usually had a dancing circle in the center of the hut. The native Americans on ...
... we started Winnie only had 9 miles on it!! What a fun 5000+ miles. We had rented a car so Ben and Henry went to the post office to mail 3 boxes each home. Then we ferried everyone to the Marriott Downtown Anchorage. Tricia and I were in the first group to get down town so we took off for the shopping district. Henry returned to Great Alaskan for Ben and our luggage and then met us at Sacks Cafe and ...
... we decided to give it a miss.
Dianne kept a photographic record on the go of pine trees, distant mountains, interesting trading posts. We made a rather strange stop at Wal*Mike’s, Trapper Creek’s combination hoarders delight, junk yard, memorabilia collection and general store. We went past the first entrance, had to back and come in the second entrance then find parking. Nose-in parking under Dianne's direction had its moments, with the back end ...
... on the lake.
Next we hit Portage again. This time in calm weather with
plenty of sunshine! No ice in the lake though.
Then up Turn Again Arm and we stopped at Potter Marsh just
outside Anchorage. This is a spot where quite a few birds and waterfowl come to
spend a lazy summer of raising their kids and teaching them to fly!!
We got checked in at an RV Park close to downtown and spent
the afternoon just ...