Alaska Fishing Lodge - Wilderness Place Lodge
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Anchorage Monday: Yesterday Sunday after 2 freezing nights in Denali without power we hit the road and headed to Anchorage. The weather was just magnificent. We had clear views of Mt McKinley most of the way. Its the largest mountain in North America. The Highway was a beautiful avenue of Fall coloured trees. Just perfect. We stopped halfway at Mary Carey's Diner with a view. It was a family run business and had a gift shop. The Lady ...
... we usually have. On the trail maps we found two trails that were close to our house. We hiked the first trail and found bear claw markings and paw tracks all throughout it. The second trail was gorgeous with valleys and mountains and all kinds of wildlife. I hope some other days we are able to hike these ...
... Mt Ranier hiking/sightseeing day, Kenai Fjords all day boat cruise, and our stay at Denali's North Face Lodge.
Least favorite town was Seward. Favorite was Girdwood (best food too). Quirkiest was Talkeetna.
The flight home left on time 5:45am (9:45am EST). With a 3+ hour layover in Minneapolis, we arrived back in Orlando at 9:30pm EST. The end of a very nice trip with wonderful friends.
Hope you enjoyed this year's blog and a sampling of our pictures.
... van with our cameras to hopefully spot some moose in Kincaid Park. We saw the first one on the side but too much traffic to stop. The next was a mama moose and baby, right by the roadway. They were so close, pictures were easy. A little further in, we saw another one. On the way out, the mama and baby crossed over the road to our side then the baby laid down right there. All in all, it was a nice way to end the day.
... than 3 seconds. I lined up a small rise and felt my machine lift off the snow as I hit the crest and by the time I hit 65 mph the trees at the far end of the meadow were rapidly approaching – time to slow down.
So which seduced me the most…?
I loved the alternating mix of adrenaline rush and relaxed pace of sledding and the challenge of manoeuvring a sled pulled by an unstoppable, enthusiastic dog team. I loved the feel of the snow beneath ...