Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Tok
... me very much of the Blue Ridge Parkway but on a much broader scale- again, it is the sheer expanse of the wilderness views in every direction that is so breathtaking. On the Blue Ridge you cross other roads, exits, signs & towns along your way. Here you cross nothing but wild.
The Hwy ends at the Yukon River where you ferry across to Dawson City. Dawson City is a cool gold rush town with so many historic buildings, dirt ...
... 8217;s eat out ,together but separate checks.
We ate at Fast Eddy’s within walking distance of the campground. Dex and I enjoyed a delicious prime rib dinner. After dinner our Wagon Master, Ray, on guitar, along with husband & wife, Len & Pat, on dulcimer’s entertained us with a sing along.
A 206 mile trip tomorrow to Fairbanks.
... they had lived in Boone, NC for 20 years before moving to Haines. Small world. We took Doc into Haines to check it out and see where we might make camp there the next night. We immediately fell in love with Haines. The little town is so quaint and not touristy at all, unlike its close neighbor, Skagway. Skagway is a regular stop for all the cruise ships and it's only an hour's ferry ride from Haines, but the cruise ships don't come to Haines- well, one ...
cruise ships, shopping, YUCK
hiking the Harding Icefield
better bang for buck
you think we're crazy
for taking on such a trip
for not, you're crazy
mud flats gray and deep
looks like you could run and run
giant sloth of ice
half- sludge creeps slowly
with global effect
rock, ice, lake, tundra
artist's palette of color
... a recent landslide that was just starting to be repaired. We drove up past Blueberry Lake (large camping area) and went through Thompson Pass. The snow poles here were very tall since this area can get 900 inches of snow in a year. We saw a piece of Worthington Glacier and several lodges near the Tsaina River since this area is used for extreme heli-skiing. We could see the pipeline near the road ...