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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 8217;s eat out ,together but separate checks.
We ate at Fast Eddy’s within walking distance of the campground. Dex and I enjoyed a delicious prime rib dinner. After dinner our Wagon Master, Ray, on guitar, along with husband & wife, Len & Pat, on dulcimer’s entertained us with a sing along.
A 206 mile trip tomorrow to Fairbanks.
Left Destruction Bay today, road conditions by far the worst we have encountered, several areas with pilot cars, at times going 30-40mph for long periods. Stopped briefly at a rest area, views of the ice ranges again, also Mt Logan is the highest peak in Canada at 19,545 ft. Saw another grizzly, no pictures this time, also several pair of ...
... the free self guided tour would be offered. Next year only the paid guided tours will be offered. We felt lucky!! We walked through town and happened on the weekly Farmer's Market in the park- every Thursday from 3:00-8:00PM. Lots of good stuff there. Our purchase was one bag of mixed lettuces locally grown on an organic farm. Score!!!!
Next day up and out and on our way toward Haines Junction. On his stretch we saw coyote, bear, trumpeter ...
... a recent landslide that was just starting to be repaired. We drove up past Blueberry Lake (large camping area) and went through Thompson Pass. The snow poles here were very tall since this area can get 900 inches of snow in a year. We saw a piece of Worthington Glacier and several lodges near the Tsaina River since this area is used for extreme heli-skiing. We could see the pipeline near the road ...
... Ms. Winnie and cooking our dinner of grilled herbed salmon, roasted potatoes with rosemary, tossed salad and berries of the woods pie. Delicious!! We then went to the campground's open stage and participated in a pancake toss to win breakfast for tomorrow morning. All four of our aim was off tonight, so we will be paying for our sourdough pancakes tomorrow. We listened to county music by Dannylee Whittle who is a traveling RVer and sings as ...