Park's Edge Log Cabins
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... massive! We walked through town & across the tracks to meet an Iditarod veteran Bill Cotter and his beautiful sled dogs and puppies. We got to hold the puppies & one in particular definitely wanted to come home to Australia with me I'm sure! He had a team of dogs hooked up to a sled and a lovely female off to the side called Shelby! Bill came third in the 1995 Iditarod and still competes in other mushing events. He had all his gear that he would ...
... only National Park to have
The archaic tan school bus pulls up at 3pm. We climb aboard and see boxed lunches sit on the comfy seats, our dinner. The boys settle into their window seats, eager to get underway. Five minutes down the road, we've barely passed the Visitor Center and we see a female moose munching on fireweed by the side of the road, completely unperturbed by the cars and buses stopped watching her eat.
As we continue we stop and watch two male caribou ...
... the 9 rapids sections. The new "brave for anything" Jean loved it, along with Geoff & James who couldn't stop smiling! Finally got back to Earthsong and Geoff went for a run at 10.30pm - how strange that it's still quite light at this time here. He managed to avoid the bull moose we'd stopped for on the way back & the only critters he had to deal with were ...
... with the deal. An ex teacher we had lots of stories to share too.
We headed off about 8.30am in a lovely comfortable Ford Fusion. We headed north towards Fairbanks on the George Parks Highway. The roads are great, with passing lanes and parking areas for photos etc. There were a number of construction zones along the way as summer is construction time. So we wee held up a few times, but all good.
Fairbanks was a bit disappointing as everything seemed to be ...
After sorting gear last night and this morning, we ship unneeded gear back now: things like light fishing gear, motorcycle manuals, spare motorcycle parts, and extra clothing make up the 60 lbs of excess gear between Lee and me. Even with the removal of this gear, space is at a premium. Two large NRS duffels, stacked on the back of my bike, make Gorda look like "the duffels that ride like a bike". Lee comes out, looks at my packing job, and addresses me as "Jethro", ...