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Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
... it remained cool. We stopped by the Wilderness Access Center and picked up our bus tickets for our ride 60 miles into the park on Sunday. We watched a short film about the park and asked our questions so we would know what to do later. After planning to return tomorrow to watch the dog sled demonstration we returned to camp for supper.
I took no pictures today. Hopefully I will make up for it tomorrow.
... got back to the trailer about 4:30 a.m. Alaska Daylight Time. Talk about exhausted and the day is just starting.
About noon Dave went out to the truck and found a cell phone on the floor in the backseat. So Val returned to McKinley Village about 3:00 p.m. today and talked to Derrick at the front desk. She told him that she had given some people a ride last night to McKinley Village, and they left a cell phone in the truck. ...
... to use up all of the nice days before the kids get here on vacation. We are enjoying them nonetheless. We have actually had the windows open, and we run a small fan during generator hours. This represents a significant difference from last year when we had 29 continuous days of rain, and darn near froze to death. Val asks, “Want to go for a walk?” I know “walk,” and yes I do want to go after being cooped up in the truck ...
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Good serv ice and good park
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