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... military bases in Alaska, mainly in order to supply aircraft & other war material to Russia as part of the Lend-lease program, whereby USA supplied materials to certain countries eg USSR, China & other Allied nations, which was signed into law 9 months prior to the States entering the war. It was formally called "An Act to further promote the defense of the USA." As part of the supply operation, highways were built to get goods to the bases. The major project was the ...
... far side of the Copper River. Mt. Sanford (16,237 feet) and Mt. Drum (12,010 feet) dominate this stretch of road, which we see just short before the rain starts in a stunning setting.
We still need to find a place for the night and have about 50 miles left to Glennallen.
As we pass lodges and cabins we stop but everything is booked. The B&B in Glennallen has a group of people which are gathering for ...
... Glennallen, excited to be heading to Talkeetna and bummed about the rain. Back in 2001 when Steve and I were last here we came to Talkeetna for the day. We instantly fell in love with this small town that is the gateway to Denali. The look and feel of it reminds us of North Conway, a bit. It has the quaint downtown, artsy shops, train and is ringed by mountains. We loved it so much that we named our next dog Talkeetna (Tally). And, of course, Talkeetna is home to the West Rib ...
Where’s Chuck Today? Beaver Creek, YK to Glenallen, AK
Departed: 7:00 Arrived: 1:00
Temperature: 63 Conditions: Very Windy Today, there is a storm brewing
We traveled the 19 miles to US Customs. No problems here. Agent asked the standard questions – firearms, alcohol, where were we going, where was the third triplet, did we buy anything while in ...
... photos. We soon reached the Liberty Falls trail where we walked half an hour up to the top to view the falls and the surrounding mountains. There was an add on to the walk at the top to a pond, but we couldn't find it so we walked back down to the car. Back at the car we sat and ate lunch and then drove round to the camp site around the corner to see the bottom of the falls. They're not huge, but very pleasant. From there we carried on towards Chitna where the paved ...