Tolsona Lake Resort
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... news was that we are now able to stay two extra days at our absolutely awesome site in Valdez.
After Valdez, we spent the night at Glennallen just because it is a half way spot between Valdez and Tok. We had lunch at the Princess Lodge at Copper River. Richard had a Salmon BLT and Janet had a Reindeer and Bison meatloaf. We were not real excited about our RV site by the bathroom (it didn't ...
... amp; refreshments we were on our way down the Glennallen highway. The road is paved all the way, which was an unexpected pleasure for me although there were a couple of patches where roadworks were currently being undertaken. At one stop the young woman road worker went along the line of waiting cars telling them that the pilot vehicle would return in about 20 minutes so asked us to wait. A caribou was seen amongst the trees but it was at a distance so was difficult to see clearly. ...
... this time around. So we discuss what we are going to do and develop a quick plan of action.
Part 1, get close to Anchorage
Part 2, Let's do the rest tomorrow.
We first ride on the Top of the world Hwy back tp Chicken. Weather is good and views are stunning. We quickly reach the US border and the 13 mile of construction on the US side hit us immediately. New dirt not compacted yet, water spray trucks ...
... 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 ...
... To me, the reindeer sausage tasted like kielbasa.
We left the Alaska Highway and started on Alaska Highway #1, which is called the "Tok Cutoff." Along the way we saw very pretty lakes and saw several moose. Dana spotted them first, in a pond off to the left of the road. They are huge! How did he see them first, he is supposed to be watching the road.
Down the road a bit further, we saw more trumpeter swans. ...