Alaska'S Select Inn Hotel
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... another, but none of them a more than a mile long, thank goodness. The first "town" we come across is Cantwell which offers the first diesel fuel south of Denali Park. We fuel up.
We are traveling on Highway 3, the Parks Highway. I assumed it was named the Parks Highway because it takes one to Denali State and Denali National Parks but no, it is named after George Parks. Go Figure. We stop at both the north and south ...
... I am making some of this stuff up just for a photo op but I am not! We got an hour and a half into the ride and the bus broke down. Our options were to wait for a rescue bus which would take 1 1/2 to 2 hours to get there or hitch a ride on a passing bus. Most of the busses going into the park that time of day are full. So Mike and Doug thought they could lend a hand to fix the bus. Luckily another bus with available seating happened by and we got a ride. We were hoping ...
... through the mossy forest along a path which had some steep slopes in both directions. The falls had quite a bit of water but we were still a fair way away from them.
Our next stop was Eklutna Village Historical Park where we firstly had our lunch at their picnic tables (since it was 2 pm). This is a native Athabascan cemetery with the graves covered by colourful spirit houses. They build these 40 days later and place them over the person's cremated remains to house ...
I'm fairly new to the blogging world and would like to start my blog off by introducing the incredible state that I live in. I plan on posting to my blog very frequently, and if I don't feel free to send me a raging email.
... of the time for food storage.
The dinette table and booth seats on one end of the camper can convert to a bed but we have never used this for sleeping space since it's just the two of us. Our bed is on the opposite end of the camper- a double bed that doesn't have to be opened out or folded up - it just stays a bed, and we just have a 6 inch foam mattress that is lightweight and easy to lift up for access to storage underneath the wooden bed base. There was a regular ...