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We woke up this morning to no rain and pretty blue skies. We wanted to walk into Talkeetna but the host at our campsite recommended that we go look for Denali if we wanted a chance to see her. So we started driving up to the Talkeetna Lodge. On the way we pulled over at a lookout point and there she was! Seeing photos of her does not do her justice at all. It is a magnificent sight! People were pulling over like moths to a flame. We ...
... 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 leave Healy, Denali and the north side of the Ak range in good weather. The forcast calls for showers but we avoid them on the ride south. Just before the town of Cantwell we get the quintessential Moose photograph. One moose in the bog and the other cow in the small pond. We stop with others for the photo opp. The road through Broad pass is very scenic with mountains on both sides. On the right is the Alaska range ands on the left the ...
... muffin for later. Leave here at 12.30 for Denali National Park. Now John is playing 'Old Maid' with a couple of travellers. Journey now in Coach approx 3hrs.....quite different countryside. Some rain has fallen, mostly overnight, but fined up during the day. Shortly after arriving at the McKinley Village Lodge we were fascinated and informed of the animals and how they survive in these severe conditions. Roy gave us an insight into our ...
... drive down the wrong side of the road and we got to a small town called Hope on the opposite side of Turnagain Arm from Anchorage. A very quaint and historic village on a creek. The village was winding down for winter and quite a few stores were closed in preparation for winter. It rained all night and into the morning. After a leisurely breakfast we walked around the village, had coffee in the only store open, packed up and drove back through Anchorage to the north. We called ...