Extended Stay America - Anchorage - Midtown
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We came out of hibernation (i.e. catching up on school, laundry, sleep, cleaning and repairing the camper etc.) for a short trip south of Anchorage. This photo was taken at a mountain lake next to adorable "Summit Lodge" where we had lunch.
Along the way, we stopped near "Beluga Point" on the Seward Hwy because we really could see beluga whales and seals swimming out in the ocean along the drive. That was really neat!
... fascinating stuff. Unbelieveable what was accomplished there. There are no motorized vehicles allowed in McCarthy so we parked Doc by the footbridge and walked across and into the little town. Some cool historic buildings there and a great little museum. Then we boarded a shuttle to take us to Kennecott (about 5 miles)where we saw the old copper mill.
Kennecott and McCarthy are also part ...
Monday came way too quickly. I feel like I just arrived! Since Tess and I slept through our alarms, I leisurely woke up and took Dawson to Westchester Lagoon to go for a swim, where of course Dawson wanted to jump in the muddy part of the lake in an attempt to befriend some ducks and geese, before meeting Tess for an early lunch. We went to Glacier Brewhouse and arrived just before the lunch rush. The food was incredible, including ...
... and enjoyed by each of us on the property. We arrived at this quaint village of Talkeetna, with a population of 900. Today for Americans it was Memorial Day, so their were many visitors around, as well as Buses of Tourists. I would say that all of the shops were geared for the Tourist Industry, but this area has a rich history. The town is situated on the confluence of three wild glacially fed rivers, the Susitna, Chulitna, and Talkeetna. ...
... unstable and continues to cause problems. Beyond the bridge (which is on Parks Hwy), we entered Denali Nat’l Part (6m acres) named after Athabascan word for big one/great one). The park was originally created to preserve the Dal sheep and other wildlife. Its size was increased over the years until larger than state of NH. Originally named after Wm McKinley (who became a presidential candidate). Now called both. Denali Depot is 95 mi from Denali itself. Can’t ...