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... up down by the river, where there was a group of muso's sitting around a fire. A few tinnies on the table and between them they had most musical instruments covered. We didn't stay for long but apparently one of them would start off playing a tune and they would all join in as they wanted. A few of the 'JR Group' enjoyed the entertainment for a while. We found an ATM at the Denali Brewing Company and then decided to have a basket of sweet potato chips, ...
What an adventure! I Jennie had no idea that today we would be driving four hours into the park in a bus for the chief purpose of wildlife spotting...oh and trying to get a glimpse of Mount McKinley, America's highest mountain which is generally cloud free for four days in August. Denali is the second largest national park and is maintained as a wildlife zone where the animals are free to roam and we are the visitors. It turned out to be quite a day....we saw seven ...
... Not much blogging tonight. I will work on that tomorrow morning.
I don't mean to overwhelm you with pictures, I loaded 54 but I will have to choose the ones I think may interest you. I make additional comments on some of the pictures which you have to click on to read.
Nothing planned at this time for Wednesday other than to catch up on this and Sue wants to work on several coach projects.
Talkeetna began in 1916 when the area was chosen as the district headquarters for the Alaska Railroad. A post office, saw mill, cigar shop and a trading post soon followed.
The core of the town has been designated at a National Historic Site, and has a population of less than 900.
... visible. We see swaths of rain on the way back, the blue skies parting for the incoming grey clouds, then returning just as quickly. The boys, who have been so good this whole way are growing restless and tired. Kaeleb continually asks for more food, the snack boxes have not been enough to sustain him, despite him having eaten 5 boxes worth of food. Julian falls asleep beside Christine.
We are almost back to the Visitor Center when we see a momma moose and calf crossing the ...