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We’d hired a 20 foot long (the smallest camper we could get) 2014 model Winnebago Chalet (200 Series Class C Model) with all the bells and whistles – hot shower, toilet, oven, microwave, TV, generator etc etc. Rental for five days, including hiring 2 lawn chairs (US$17) that were never used because it was too cold, and a 140watt inverter $10, plus taxes came to US$700, plus 712 miles @ 20c per mile (US$142) and gasoline an enormous ...
... on the lake.
Next we hit Portage again. This time in calm weather with
plenty of sunshine! No ice in the lake though.
Then up Turn Again Arm and we stopped at Potter Marsh just
outside Anchorage. This is a spot where quite a few birds and waterfowl come to
spend a lazy summer of raising their kids and teaching them to fly!!
We got checked in at an RV Park close to downtown and spent
the afternoon just ...
... the road, 92.8 miles into the park. Coming back the rain eased, fog lifted and the magnificent vistas took my breath away. Such a glorious wilderness which has been so carefully maintained. An unimpeded wilderness. As our very knowledgeable bus driver said "we come, we observe, we leave, leaving no trace that we have been there. We are visitors and the wildlife are the residents". John Muir: "Climb the mountains and get their good tidings. ...
... international airport before going up a pretty steep & relatively long climb up to Kincaid Park, where there are soccer stadiums & frisbee golf. As a portion of the coastal trail was under construction & therefore couldn't be ridden over an alternate route back was suggested if I wanted to take it. Albeit being longer by several miles I decided to take it to view different areas of Anchorage & it also skirts the sea plane base. After cycling through the park ...