Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Our goal as we left Whitehorse was to cross the border back into the United States. I enjoy visiting Canada, but buying food by the gram and kilogram or multiplying kilometers by .62 to convert to miles gets tiresome. So we were ready to get back to pounds and miles. The distance to the border was not a long drive, but probably the hardest drive thus far. West of a "town" ...
... make it more pleasant.
Arrived in Tok, AK and decided to camp at the Tundra Motel and RV Park which is about a half mile west of the town. They offer unlimited pressure wash for $15 which we needed BADLY (see photos of our rig) After getting most of the mud off we set up camp and made a few phone calls-we have cell phone service-oh, ...
... into our campgrounds) showed us co-ed showers all in a row on the one side of the building. When opened by the key it became apparent that not all of them locked from the inside, leaving us feeling that someone could open the door and walk while we were less than adequately dressed. Strategy was discussed and the idea of going over as a couple was suggested as an option. I, as I said braved it on my own, and what I learned is that: 1. you can hear a ...
... which he fried up to eat,After eating his fill he climbed a tree for refuge from heat.
He had a bird's eye view of the forest around,Soon a bear quietly crept with stealthy sound. The man watched the beast with it's gentle stepPick its way to the creek simply to checkThe pile of fish and bones left thereFrom the young man's supper; the bear would share. It daintily picked at a fish in it's paws, As the young man watched ...
... to be able to focus on the activity rather than take pictures, like I always do. Greg reeled in a whopper of a fish almost immediately with his fly pole but I was having no luck with my casting rod despite watching fish after fish break the surface. Pretty soon, Josh started catching grayling at the ther end of the bend but try as I might, nothing took my lure. I ended up waist deep in the cold water, relief from the intense sun, and got stuck in mud, falling in when I attempted to ...