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... to be enamoured by her.
A bit of shopping and then along Parks Highway to the Talkeetna Spur. A stop at the Talkeetna-Denali Visitor Center and a chat with a very helpful lady before heading into Talkeetna. Full service RV park full, drive through the quaint town then out to find a site at the Boat Launch Campground. All settled, we walked into town for some photo ops before dinner.
July 19, 2014
I slept great last night but was concerned that the sound of raindrops would mess up our plans for the day. We met D.P. at Latitude 62 Restaurant and Lodge for breakfast to get us fueled up for a busy day. You should see the pelts and heads on the walls of that place, along with the publicity shots of all sorts of musicians who have performed there, including D.P.! We checked with the airport; bush plane flights were a no-go due ...
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... in the late 1880. In 1896, a gold prospector named it McKinley after WIlliam McKinley, a presidential candidate, who became president the following year. The Alaska Board of Geographic Names changed the name of the mountain to Denali, which is how it is referred to locally. A request by the Alaska state legislature in 1975 to the U.S Board on Geographic Names to do likewise was blocked by an Ohio congressman, R Regula, whose district includes McKinley's hometown of Canton. Members ...
... and there was no one else down there. Once we reached camp, I decided I'd start the fire and trek back down the trail to give Josh the shotgun. Well, I never had the chance because not even ten minutes had passed when Josh arrives at camp. He told us that as he was sitting by the water, a steep hill to his back, he heard a lot of movement up there in the trees. Fearing it was a bear, he packed up and headed up the trail. As he came around the curve of the trail, he saw more branches ...