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We traveled north from Anchorage to Talkeetna to go on a glacier flight tour. We arrived really early so we stopped at the Flying Squirrel for a snack and drinks to kill time.
Flying Squirrel Bakery Cafe, Talkeetna, Alaska
The flight tour was one of the best experiences we have ever had in all our travels. The weather was …
... 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 ...
Our bus tour at Denali was awesome! We were blessed with beautiful weather and numerous critter sightings.
The first wildlife we spotted was at the ticket station. While Brent was reading a trail map sign, a mama moose and two babies just strolled right on up to the trail head behind him. On the third "BRENT" he finally turned around and realized what I was fussing about. :) We slowly walked the ...
... with the change to 'their' town.
However we were warmly received, had some morning tea, looked around the local artisan's market, went for a walk, then had some lunch. The menu had to explain what 'pasties' were to locals who had never tried them before. They think that they are strange, and this comes from people who smother peanut butter and maple syrup on a waffle for breakfast, and think it completely normal.
When we arrived at Talkeetna we found ...
... clouds lifted and we were able to see Mt. McKinley. Ms. Nita didn't get a picture of that because her batteries were dead on her Ipad and phone. Can you believe she tells the students every night to charge their electronics and she forgets! We enjoyed this journey, even though we didn't see animals in the park. We finished our tour at 6:30 and had dinner at the Murie Education Center. We had salad, spaghetti, garlic bread, brownies ...