Park's Edge Log Cabins
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... to get to the park tomorrow morning. So no use in washing the muddy truck!
We will be here for 5 nights and 4 days so we will be adding more pictures as the days go by.
May God Bless you as you look at our pictures.
Love you all
Lee and Neva
Well today it was pretty rainy again... We drove about 90 miles to Denali National Park and got a spot at Riley Creek campground for two nights. It's a nice campground just inside the park with laundry and shower facilities. After we chose our spot we made hamburgers and grilled veggies for dinner. It was scrumptious! After that we were pretty tired and went to sleep.mi know ...
... come into feed. Still no Moose!
The weather had been beautiful all day. We had left the lodge with our rain jackets, parkas, thermals, and dressed in layers and ended up having to put the aircon on in the car during the drive. We walked around in Tshirts. The night was clear and we were promised a good view of the Northern Lights but at midnight when I checked out the window I couldn't see any.
We had a wonderful day and are amazed at the differing scenery Alaska can ...
... Is Right" was over, I was ready to sew - at full speed. I was using Lisa Moore's (artist I met in Sitka) I Spy with a Twist. **** - it was time to pick up Miss Pat! We met at The Princess Wilderness Lodge, owned by Princess Cruises. She was full of stories, many animal sightings, but failed to pick up a man! We had dinner at 'Fish & Chips', enjoying fried Halibut. She was tired and I still had sewing. Before dark, I was finished - but it doesn't get dark until ...
... of the would-be miners, who organised their last minute supplies and headed off into the Denali mountains to seek their fortune. It was a fairly sleepy, historical little town until 1999 when Princess Cruises built some lodges close by, and started a train bringing all of the tourists off the ships up to see the mountains. 200,000 tourists now come through in a season, and the real locals, as opposed to those who have arrived to service the tourists, are not ...