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... go. With a camera, cell phone and IPad taking pictures, we don't always get them all in the first time.
Last stop was picking up the doggies at the kennel. About five of us arrived to pick up the dogs at the same time. All the dogs were brought into the front office and let loose. These dogs joined the several "retired" dogs that live in the office. It was quite a dog party Alaskan style.
Tomorrow we head to Denali National ...
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... the spots during the rain but they didn't look very inviting at all. I went to the resorts recreation centre to grab a real coffee and use the internet (the only place that I have had to pay for internet during trip $10/day). After the coffee I decided that the original campsite sounded like a good spot for a couple of days, I also had just received an email from John and Carrie saying ...
... that there are a lot of Moose along the Chena Road, we did not see a single one on the long drive out.
Despite the Moose disappointment we arrived at this beautiful spot looking forward to a fun day. The most difficult part was deciding what activities we wanted to do, both together and separately throughout the day. We had originally thought we might stay to see the Aurora since this is ...
... periodic retreats into the lodge main room to warm up. Around then we saw the lake crew showing up. They had gotten out there and found the warming hut not warming as the fuel oil was out so they had come back. We made the right call this night. Called it a wrap at about 2:30 and back in bed and trying to sleep by 3. Fitful at best as we had to be up and packing for departure by 7 to fit in breakfast before ...
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