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... she lives in. She has no running water in her house and no stove, and an OK outhouse. All of her cooking is done on a grill. And it was so fresh and so perfectly cooked. Yep, I was stuffed. We had to cut our visit short because we were going to give the glacier landing another try. We needed to get to the airport.
Randy, our pilot, was an older gentleman outfitted in sneakers and a Hawaiian shirt (and trousers for those of ...
... We hiked a little 2 mile trail along the river, a nice little hike with rushing water, rock outcroppings and flowers. Mt. Denali is still not showing himself, hiding in the clouds, but sunny this afternoon so will watch on the way to Talkeetna. Successful sighting at Denali State Park North, still through clouds but we saw both North and south peaks. Not so lucky at the South park. Camped at Talkeetna Boat launch campground right on the ...
... where we had lunch. After that, there is a whole lot of "nothing" between Wasilla and Talkeetna.
Talkeetna is on a spur road 15 miles off the highway. We are staying at Denali Fireside Inn & Suites on the main road. It is small but very clean, had a welcoming hostess on arrival, and is a short walk from Main Street. The town caters to tourists since it's a stop on the Alaska Railroad, plus many different excursions like Denali flight-seeing, jet boat tours, ...
... She thought it was great.. The things I do for her...
Then it was back to the lodge and get ready for the coach to McKinly..
Once more we did the stampede for the bus with CJ elbowing her way to the good seats...
The weather closed in as we got closer to the McKinley lodge and was pouring rain by the time we arrived..
Quick dinner and back to the room for an early ...
... in our RV Park for the night. Breakfast tomorrow at the Roadhouse and then we head south to hang out around Homer for the remainder of our trip.
Don't believe the RV Park Ads that say they have wi-fi! They don’t! We have had very spotty to no internet access since Montana…..Oh for a McDonalds! Another reason for some of those good old American brands that at least give you a measure of quality, no matter good or ...