Log Cabin Wilderness Lodge

Address: 98.5 Mile Tok Cut Off Road, Tok, Alaska, 99780, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 98.5 Mile Tok Cut Off Road, Tok.
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    Travel Blogs from Tok

    Home- a Poem

    A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Aug 19, 2015

    ... and listen to the stillness of night,
    The tallow gleam with pencil and pad, my thoughts come easily to write.

    Nowhere on earth can compare to this place in cruel yet beauty gleam.
    I'm the only soul for hundreds of miles; this paradise-hell is my kingdom dream.
    There's no where else I'd rather be; I've no desire to roam.
    This is the harshest land on earth, no doubt, and I'm blessed to call it home.

    Last Days of Summer

    A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem on Aug 13, 2015

    49 photos

    ... thighs and behind that would make any baby jealous. The constant bouncing and chafing was murder on my poor skin which took the better part of two weeks to heal. Yoga pants (without seems) helped significantly. Part of the reason we made it so quick to the cabin was because we did not have to stop to build bridges as well as a smooth, dry trail, but also because we hardly even stopped to rest. The few times we did, the insects were so thick that we quickly ...

    Alaska. An airplane on the road!!

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jul 20, 2015

    8 photos

    Left the camp and crossed the White River, major tributary of the Yukon. Scenery is called Muskeg - half swamp and half ground, with stunted spruce, 6 - 10 feet tall, and aspens. The permafrost below the surface means the ground is frozen from 30 cm down, so roots spread sideways instead of down, grow poorly and are easily blown over in the wind. Miserable rainy day. Saw severely pairs of trumpeter swans on lakes. ...

    A Bit Beat Up But Alaska At Last!

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jul 20, 2015

    1 comment, 24 photos

    ... identify all heaves with orange traffic cones and flags...... but they don't find all of them. We learn that if the road is dark with fresh asphalt, LOOK OUT! Some of the frost heaves are extreme. Slowing to less than 10 mph allows us to pick through the bumps and pot holes.

    On top of the frost heaves “inconvenience” we come upon many sections of road construction. It consists of stripping miles of road surface off and leaving a ...

    Back to the US thruTetlin National Wildlife Refuge

    A travel blog entry by jimconnietravel on Jul 18, 2015

    41 photos

    ... one with the fires out… not a lot of road construction and of course our share of frost heaves…

    We’re up and moving by 8:00 and by 8:30 we’re stopping at Kulane River Overlook and rest area just to see the sites… as we head out… the roads seem to improve and for once in many days we’re making a little better time… When we think all is well and we’re maybe 80 miles out of our campground we run into more ...