Tolsona Wilderness Campground
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Black Bear Campground (outside of Whittier) to Glennallen, Alaaaaaska. We woke up to the sound of dripping water - yes, it was pouring rain out, but this drip came from inside our camper! Seems we have a leak at the roof vent. After a short drive to Anchorage, we fueled up (22 mph!), bought groceries, and were back on the road again - this time on a beautiful drive where we saw snow-capped mountains and one amazing glacier which flowed for miles and miles. We were above ...
... Susitana Rivers, and a large female moose.
We met up with the Alaska Pipeline in Paxson and followed it to Gulkona where we are this morning, about to venture into Canada on the Tok Cutoff enroute to Haines and Skagway. We hope to see eagles (saw our first Alaskan Bald eagle only yesterday!), eat fresh seafood, smell the salt air, and clear Laura's sinuses (not sure if it's allergies or a cold). More from the panhandle soon!
Yesterday we went into Wrangell National Park. Sixty-three miles of dirt road each way. And it wasn't worth the effort. Took some photos which are included.
At the end of the day we lucked out on a campground. It was the only place that had WiFi. I think it is the most pleasant of the trip.
Since Wrangell is such a bust we are going to TOK and then Destruction Bay in easy stages to Haines to catch the ...