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... are so glad we did!
It was recommended that we unhook our car and drive to Whittier, which we did.
Entering Whittier is either by boat or through the Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel—the longest (2.5 miles) highway tunnel in North America, and the first designed for -40 Fahrenheit temperatures and 150 mph winds!
The one-lane tunnel must be shared by cars and trains traveling in both directions, and it usually needs to be aired ...
... clothesline that runs across the camper and have used it several times to dry small things out when it's not sunny outside. We have little hooks here and there and we use spring loaded curtain rods in corners and small spaces for extra hanging space. The bathroom that houses our porta-potty is just a converted closet and there is a lot of room in there for creative storage.
As I mentioned in a previous post, the camper is OLD and she is not meant for some of ...
... back roads, we ferreted out the Wasilla Harley shop for me to get a poker chip for my growing collection. The Knik Glacier was next on our list. Heading out of town toward the mountains, the chill in the air was getting harder and harder to ignore. My hands were cold and my nose was running. I was dressed in a long-sleeved shirt, winter coat and scarf. Alaskans, apparently oblivious to the frosty air, ...
So, had a great night sleep. Jess and Rob woke up and went for a quick run around Talkeetna.
Then we made the RV travel ready and made a slight detour so we could drive thru downtown Talkeetna's main street. After a quick stop at the Denali lookout (not as clear as yesterday), we headed toward Willow for our 9:30am tour at Vern Halter's Dream a Dresm kennel. I called ahead as we were running 1/2 hr late, and we ended up being the only people ...
... military stalls mixed up with the hunters and outfitters. Generally the hunters didn’t have Armoured Personnel Carriers on display but the camouflage uniforms and other fire power appeared to be about the same. The state of the art Winnebagos (motorhomes) with built in Jacuzzis, home theatres and brick pizza ovens were hugely popular but I was drawn to the snow machines and the prospect of tearing across a snow covered landscape – not a lot ...
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