Little Mulchatna Lodge
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... to pack everything up, fill up the RV with gas, and make it back by our 1:30pm drop off time. We did make it back, and we did get our deposit back, minus a bit for extra mileage.
Next, we checked into the hotel. It was very refreshing to have a large room with very nice and unique hotel bathroom.
Then, Zach, Rob, and I went to the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center. Along the way there, we really enjoyed the scenic views. On the way back, we saw many dall ...
... and talk to a couple of old blokes for a while before walking down to the river mouth, finding a lot of Moose droppings, but no moose. Walk back over a steep gravelly knoll before making our evening meal of coffee, tinned chunky clam chowder (really good) and four day old bread.
It was very bright till late, with brilliant sunshine at 10pm, but the van is pretty dark and we were eventually able to sleep, Murray fairly early, and Dianne about 1am.
... new friends that we look forward to chatting with on Facebook and definitely meeting up with them again next year. It makes me long for another visit to Alaska and I only just got back! I will go later in the winter next year trying for the end of February or early March. I hope for clearer skies, welcome any of the Great Lakes Aurora Hunters to come along, and look forward to once again visiting this great ...
... Travelodge would have been willing to hold our bags for us, and we might have been stuck sitting in the airport all day, waiting for a 9 p.m. flight.)
Since we had the car, spent the early morning tracking down some Geocaches in which to drop the remaining travel bugs that I hauled all the way to England and back (couldn’t find caches big enough to drop them). Success! Delivered four TBs to Alaska.
Spent most of ...
... a drive out of town, to Potter Marsh. This is an area with boardwalks that are used to view wildlife. We still had a bit of time before we needed to head to the airport, so we just spent some time enjoying the weather. We were told there was a bald eagle nearby, so we went to check that out. It turns out the eagle was in a distant tree. We could see it, but needed the help of a spotting scope that was mounted on the boardwalk.