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... we seldom say we need to leave by this time. We drove along Park Drive the 15 miles private vehicles are permitted, stopping briefly at Savage River (the turnaround point) to do a little walkabout. The weather was not conducive to entice us to walk further. Back down Park Road to Parks Highway-- absolutely no wildlife spied at all nor were we able to see the majestic McKinley. Still I stood in awe of the ...
... fend entirely for themselves and the park goes out of its way to keep it that way. Grizzly & black bear, wolves, lynx & fox, moose, caribou & dall sheep inhabit the park but are difficult to spot due to the vast size of the park. We did manage to see a few Moose & Caribou but sadly the 20320ft peak of mount McKinley was covered by cloud. Only 30% of visitors to Denali get the see what the Athabascan Indians call "the High One" or ...
... there full time. Had a $15 Appleton in a ice glass - about 3 ounces of drink. But it was all liquor - pretty strong. The glass is sitting outside by the car. Don't want that sucker to melt.
For dinner we ate at the "Cookie Jar". Awesome restaurant. Had the prime rib - it was excellent. Good restaurant and reasonable prices (for Alaska).
Today, we will do some snowmobiling and then to ...
... to the Gold Dredge 8 where we saw first-hand how the dredge worked the gold fields. We then received a a lesson on how to gold pan. We then got to try our hand at gold panning. Bobby and I got $31 worth of gold and Brenda and Keith got $27.
We came back to the cabin and had lunch. We also dressed in much warmer clothes - the temperatures are pretty cool here ...
... had been moved to the park from different locations around Fairbanks. In the museum there were dioramas of different ways that gold was mined. There was also a River boat with dioramas of all the towns where the River boat used to stop, train museum and Alaska Native museum. In one of the houses you could get great softie ice cream. Since it was raining, we pretty much had the park to ourselves.
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