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Tok to Palmer
More epic riding heading SW down the Tok cut off then onto
the Glenn HWY, amazing scenery, there seems to be glaciers around every
bend. Passing the Wrangell Mountains we
could see the mass of MT. Sanford at 16,237ft the summit was just occluded by
Decided to call Palmer our …
... cool experience we got to go in the pen with the deer and feed them. The reindeer would swarm us and almost knock us over. After the fun we went over to the elk who had to be kept in cages to protect people. They would eat a lot of grass and the elk were huge. After all the activities we came home to find that our friends were already at the house. For the rest of the day we just hung out at home and took a late ...
I thought it was time to do an entry about our camper. I know several people reading this blog are interested in that aspect - other Scotty and vintage camper owners, especially, so I'll provide some info here about our camper.
Toto II is a 15 ft. 1968 Scotty Hilander. We purchased it on Ebay a couple of years ago and drove from NC to Rochester, NY to get it. Crazy? Well, yes. But the price was really good and we had been looking for a while. It was, however, ...
July 23, 2014
It was a gray sky, chilly morning. I slept late all hunkered under the down comforter. We decided to head back to Hatcher Pass to tour the Independence Mine State Historical Park on the Harley...hoping the weather would improve. This mine recovered 141,000 troy ounces of gold using some complex, for the time, extraction methods. At the beginning of WW II, the mine was closed by the federal government because it ...
... forgetting to use our coupon!) for the tour. While waiting for the next tour they have rabbits and chickens you can play with. We convinced Sarah to stay away from the the chicken coupe, but once others were holding the rabbits, there was no stopping her. It was soon time for our tour and then the fun really started. They gave us some info on reindeer, most importantly, not to touch their antler which were in velvet( because they are extremely ...