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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... many frost heaves. Haines Junction to US/Canada Border- major frost heaves north of Destruction Bay. Road construction north of Kluane Lake- unpaved, dusty gravel roads for 25-30 miles passable at 30 mph on the way to Alaska became potholed very rough and dusty road with max speed 10 mph on the return.
Let's see, did I leave anything out?
Most likely....Oh yes, watch out for large animals crossing the road. It seems that sheep, moose, elk, and deer, ...
... one swooped around near the nest. Wish I had binoculars with me.
Back to the car just after 11 AM & lot was full. This was a positively gorgeous hike & trail!
Stopped a short way up the road at Emerald Bay S.P. but, sadly, there was NO parking to do hike to Eagle Falls. Another lot across the road was full also & we drove around it 3 times before snagging a '15 minute' limit parking space. Just enough time to walk ...
... in whatever area you might be travelling in. So --tomorrow we hope to get to Utah, where we plan to camp on an island in the Great Salt Lake, next to Salt Lake City. (This State Park campsite is only $10-12 a night, and even offers showers for that price.)
We will update our blog tomorrow, so much to tell still about our San Francisco stay!
... the walls. After a lunch break, we split up into two groups (Stage 1-new to HET, and Stage 2-experienced with HET). Lori and I went to Stage 1. We learned various ways to captivate and motivate our students (through movement, through music, and through multiple intelligences). We also learned the importance of differentiation of instruction and how that looks in a HET classroom. Finally, we ...
... do an about face.
We see the that our furry pals are not enjoying themselves. We have seen enough of Virginia City, have a good flavor for it, and the comfort of our pals is paramount. We head back to the truck and head out of town.
We had a nice day attending Mass at St. Thomas Aquinas Cathedral then visiting the old mining town of Virginia City. Tomorrow we will prepare for our departure. We are just a few days from home and look forward to what ever adventure lies ahead.