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... also had one of my favorite brews here in Alaska! Built in 1946 this historic lodge is a great place to grab a bite, as well as view the dall sheep, none today. One night stay here in Tolsona Wilderness Campground, a little tight, dessert provided tonight and entertainment by anyone in the group who wished to participate, fun time had by ...
... use his van to go to Talkeetna but I asked him to check with Sheila to see if she was ok about that - she was so they took their linen & other stuff out of the van, which was just as well as a 5 litre container of water had tipped over & soaked it all.
I was telling Sheila & Eddie about some of the fabulous parkys I'd seen in museums & they said I should look at the one in Eddie's shop (here 'shop' means workshop) - it was incredible & made about 70 years ...
... being featured on Ice Road Truckers. (Seriously, I'm starting to think we watch too many TV shows about Alaska). We entered Palmer - which was the most "civilization" we had seen for days and briefly debated about stopping at a Target to get some more pants for the boys. We had only brought two pairs for each of them and Quinn's already have holes in the knees (of course). But we didn't. We turned north to pass through Wasilla. Driving through, we all (yes, myself ...
... br> Nicely done film, you could spend a lifetime here and still not see it all. The Park Service does allow subsistence hunting, fishing, and trapping, but it is well controlled through permit
We thought about visiting McCarthy via shuttle but that would have been a thirteen hour mostly gravel road at 15mph so we said no.
Therefore on to Valdez tomorrow.
Nice and quiet, fuel, 25 cent coffee and good food, huge pies. This is the top of the mountain range before starting East downhill to the Matanuska Glacier. At some places you can drive up to it. http://www.eurekalodge.com