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... some sort of job there, possibly for free board. The soundproofing between the rooms also left a bit to be desired, but the pluses far outweighed the negatives.
There is a fair crowd waiting in the reception, and it takes a while to register our presence, and even then we have to remind the reception that it is past time for our orientation. We were surprised that orientation was a video presentation in a comfortable lounge area (which means the exact timing ...
We were up and off early this morning.
Today was our last day before the turn in of our RV tomorrow
morning and return home later in the afternoon.
Trying to use up all our supplies or pack those items that
will travel well.
A few early morning mountain shots and we are on the road. A
stop at one of my favorite places, Tern Lake for some nice pictures of the
reflections of ...
... when we left and began our saga into Denali Natl Park. What an adventure! Although fog and rain obscured our long view of the mts, the glorious fall colors of the tundra were breathtaking. We stopped when wildlife was sighted...we saw moose, Dahl sheep way up on the mts, bear...one was a mother with her cubs...caribou and we stopped rather frequently for bathroom stops. They supplied us bag lunches which we ate en route to Kantishna, the ...
... the village of Chenega, killing 23 of the 68 people who lived there.
The trail goes through the woods for some time & I was told I may see a moose or 2 but that they don't usually bother cyclists. As I rounded a bend a moose was grazing close to the path so I came to a quick stop, jumped off the bike thinking that the moose would run off (or if unlucky run at me) but it gave me a cursory look & carried on grazing whilst I took photos.
The trail ...