Angel Creek Lodge
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... but busy children back home, loves details. I knew that I would not have the capability to reproduce those details unless I took the painstaking time out of the days to actually write them down for her.
When finally finished catching up the blog, Kevin and I checked out what movies were playing and decided to go catch “American Ultra”. We were running a bit late so we stopped at McDonalds for a ...
... putting tire lube around the bead and re-inflated. This time it seated well and I double checked it just to be sure when he was done. I put the tire back on the bike and off we headed for Chena Springs.
I immediately noticed some erratic behavior from the speedometer and knew I must not have put the speedometer gear / hub on correctly. After a few miles I pulled over and Kevin followed me in wondering what was going on. I told him about ...
... towards Talkeenta. Our friends had been at the Sheldon Mountain House on Ruth Glacier (Google it, it's amazing!) so they had a lot of relaxation and fun time, even with boiling their glacier ice/snow for their cooking and water use. We found them at their new home away from home, K2 Aviation. The folks there had been super nice and we're letting them keep their things in their hanger until our arrival. So we captured Sara and Melora and headed into ...
... Resort, about an hour and a half up the road. It is a called Chena Hot Springs Road because the road stops at the resort! The road is populated along the way with a couple trading posts and one other lodge, Two Rivers Lodge. When a road leaves the highway to connect to houses, sometimes there is a row of 15-20 mailboxes at the junction. No mail delivery ...
... were of course paramount in the food chain of the native Alaskan.
We stop at Walmart on the way back to get some cabbage for our corned beef diner tonight and a few other things we are running short of. It is still raining off and on and as we look to next week, we decide to bypass Denali for now because it doesn't look like it will be a good time to try and see Mt. McKinley.