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... duck. The king fisher and the gray jay were disturbed as the moose waded into the water. Hunting season was right around the corner, and we hoped our luck would continue! Although we had no idea if that moose was a cow or bull, we were encouraged that they were coming down to feed even with our presence.
Lil Buddy has not shown up yet. Wolves ravaged the place and the ginormous grizzly had been digging all around. I believe Buddy was eaten. We will wait a ...
... 8230; and we lost the string on two of our blackout window shades… and of course DUST! Then traveled on to Cottonwood RV Park on Kulane Lake in Destruction Bay for the Lehrs… we continued on towards Haines Jct.
As we drive around Kulane Lake…We stop at a Canadian Parks visitor’s center for Dahl Sheep… One of the areas where they winter… we stop and look at the mountain… we can see all kinds of trails on the ...
... the salmon trying to get upstream to spawn. The drive out of Valdez was beautiful. If you have an opportunity to visit Alaska,take it. This has been an amazing trip. We will be in the Yukon Territory tomorrow. We are altering our return route to go to Jasper,Alberta and Lake Louise. Mike is anxious to get to Whitehorse so he can collect money for returning the carts. Till next time. ...
... it's 1630. We have traveled from Mountain Time, into Pacific Time, to Alaska Time in just a couple of days. No matter, out butts tell us that we have spent 9.5 hours to travel 240 miles, an average of just over 25 miles per hour or half our normal rate of travel.
We hadn't been to church last week. Services begin at 6:30 tonight. We scrub up a bit and head off to attend Mass.
Tomorrow is a 200 mile journey to Fairbanks. I hope the road is ...
... road construction-Pilot Car…took us 3 hours to go 95 mi…
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Mile 1312.7 Alaska Highway, Tok | Motelfrom $65