Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge
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... dirt to beautiful new bitumen and we said to our selves that the Americans knew how to do a road ! 4 miles from the crossing was the so called town of Boundary..We were not to sure if anyone lived there or not but maybe it used to be a town. We stopped for a few photos. Back onto the lovely road for another couple of miles and BANG ! We were back on dirt and we rattled the **** out of old Rocky we had cupboard doors swinging open, bone jarring ...
... Thoreau's 'Walking'. I've enjoyed reading his words but doubt my traveling in an RV would have Henry's approval. The spirit of the walk is wild, I feel that when hiking a beautiful trail and traveling to new destinations is not tame.
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... Chena hot springs ...
... smaller wildlife. Due to low water levels we could only go a short way into the Tanana River. Being a glacial river the Tanana is very muddy and filled with debris while the Chena is clearer and more slow moving. Eventually the Tanana will join the Yukon north of Fairbanks. We also enjoyed seeing the various houses along the Chena River - some were small, some large, even a mobile home or so ...
... the major points along the way. It is impossible to describe the emotions that these views of this amazing place presents. I got some great photographs but it still doesn't do justice to the incredible beauty. We were in the air for more than 30 minutes...by far the best value, and the best experience of the day.
After our flight we started our journey back to the house. The drive ...