Tangle River Inn
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... and found ourselves staring at a moose twenty yards away. It was an excellent sighting. After ten minutes it decided it had had enough of the laughter of semi-inebriated guests and withdrew into the bushes. I have decided that my idea of going on Safari meaning a trip to Africa is incomplete: what we are doing in Alaska is just as rich an animal experience. We've signed up for a 'wake up call' if the Northern Lights appear tonight...we'll ...
Wednesday, July 29, 2015
A laid back day today. The weather was overcast with periods of rain and thunder.
We found out that our reservation here expires tomorrow rather than Friday. A small glitch, but we were getting antsy to move anyway.
Because of the weather forecast we will head toward Anchorage tomorrow taking our time and seeing the sites along ...
... covered in snow that blends with the clouds. The wind is icy cold as it blows over the hill. A male caribou forages nearby, his fur is multing, and looks like a shoddy haircut.
It's 9pm as we head back down the same narrow road. We're surprised how few animals we see. All of us thought we'd see more as the night grew later. It's not even close to dark, the sky is bright as if early evening back home. Behind the mountains it's darker, but only slightly, for the landscape ...
JULY 4 - JULY 13 We said Happy Birthday to America in Tok, Alaska where a 4th of July parade was held right on the ALaskan Highway (that is Main St. in Tok). The parade lasted just shy of 15 minutes and featured a dog sled team clad in red white and blue, pulling an ATV float. You don't get to see THAT in Rosman! All the locals were there as well as the tourists passing through like us. Met some great folks. While in Tok we had some repair welding done on the subfloor framework ...
Here comes the rain. After 5 straight days of glorious weather, we awoke in McCarthy to solid grey skies. In the distance you could see the rain falling. While we ate in our cozy RV the campground emptied out. As we discovered, most of the visitors to McCarthy were Alaskans from other parts who drove hundreds of miles to spend their long Fourth of July weekend enjoying the beauty and the festivities of McCarthy/Kennecott.
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