Tolsona Wilderness Campground
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... and a gravel one starts. As we had a rental we weren't supposed to go on gravel roads, but we carefully drove a little bit just to get over the bridge and back to say we'd been on the McCarthy Road (and therefore into the park), even if it was only a few feet! The views from the bridge were amazing. We then drove out of the park, stopping at the same field on the way as the buffalo were even closer to the road, then back onto the main highway, this time heading towards Valdez.
When we got up in the morning, some bike riding and on our way. We stopped in Tok. Gave the trailer and truck a wash. Holy smokes they were both thick with mud. Took us like half an hour. That was just the bare minimum. We did not want to show up at our new home too white trash looking (although I do not think we succeeded).
... that's about half what you had.
Just had to visit the Alaska SeaLife Center again.(We were there in 2005.) It's an amazing place with puffins, otopus, seals and sea lions and a baby otter named Skittle. It's Alaska's only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center. "Capital funding for the $56 million facility was made possible through the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Settlement" and other city bonds ...