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... my or my belongings safety. I would definitely stay here again.
We unpacked our bikes and quickly drove into the town which to state it as a small town would be exaggerating the size of the place. It's way smaller then a small town. However there is one strip where there are lots of pub's / restaurant's, and small gift shops. There is even a brewery. It is clear that everyone here is here for Denali and supporting the ...
... Chum so we didn't keep any. End tally was: Most fish - Steve. Biggest Fish - Quinn. Most rod tangles - Cole and Person who kept snagging fish by their hump, but never actually had one bite a hook - Maria We didn't finish fishing until almost 8:00 and went to Mountain High Pizza Pie for dinner, which my boys say is almost as good as (if not better) than Moose's Tooth. Todd said he thinks the Northern Lights will be out tonight so we will set an alarm for 2:00am to ...
... me of our childhood holidays to the East Coast! A large tour group has arrived at our lodge so it has lost it's isolated "away from it all" feel. I have been continually surprised by how old everyone else is on Alaska holidays. There has been the odd family and the odd middle aged couple, but the vast majority of tourists are over 70 and American. Some of these groups ...
... where we had lunch. After that, there is a whole lot of "nothing" between Wasilla and Talkeetna.
Talkeetna is on a spur road 15 miles off the highway. We are staying at Denali Fireside Inn & Suites on the main road. It is small but very clean, had a welcoming hostess on arrival, and is a short walk from Main Street. The town caters to tourists since it's a stop on the Alaska Railroad, plus many different excursions like Denali flight-seeing, jet boat tours, ...
... are only a few rangers that have anything physical to look at as their shinning accomplishment, this is mine. The 10 years I spent here the climbing program grew to be the best in the world. The building a proud addition to the town. Can you tell that I am proud?
We tour the building which has held up particularly well. We watch a orientation video about climbing the mountain. The NPS has just, in the last few days, pulled the base camp and ...