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Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
We stayed on the Base today and did upkeep on the coach and Element. Sue changed the oil on the car and she and I washed the coach. A pretty laid back day after the long drive and flightseeing yesterday.
We made reservations at the campground in Denali National Park for next week. They are all dry camping, no hookups, so we will try and get everything fixed before we leave. We plan on ...
... Alaska too. It was 60 degrees on the sign here. We had to top off the gas and fill the propane. George tuning in the RV at Great Alaskan holiday. The owner was driving through in his convertible Mercedes. We are checked in with problems by 10. We have a wait for the airport shuttle. When we arrive at the airport we are a few pounds under weight so we empty a few more things into the case. No problems at the empty security ...
... he had time to look around and admire the near and distant views as we made our way to Porcupine Forest Service Campground in time for an interesting sunset.
Hope was once a centre of Alaska's first gold rush in 1896 and had a population of over 3,000 while nearby Sunrise, which no longer even exists, was the largest town in Alaska with 10,000. Now Hope is almost a ghost town with ...
... We walked back to the hotel to find the guys already checked into out huge, beautiful rooms (the bathroom was bigger than most of Winnie)!! The views out the full length window of Anchorage and Cook Inlet were beautiful. After a short rest, we headed to dinner at Simon and Seafort's Saloon and Grill where we ordered Rock salt roasted prime rib, Asiago-Almond Crusted Scallops, and a duo of Grilled halibut ...
... not knowing where it was had been worrying me.
Up in our room we checked its contents, and did some photo downloading. Then we went to the 8pm showing of Aurora. This was a documentary to start with and then time lapse photography of Aurora over 20 years. Wow. There were some awesome images.
Back to the hotel. Planned our next day for the Alaska Zoo – there is a free shuttle from the visitor centre. Then it was time for ...
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