Denali River Cabins
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... supply in Anchorage. We will replace it when we get to next camp.
We left the friendly confines of Black Spruce CG at JBER around noon. We would travel back the Glenn Highway to the Wasilla turnoff, continue through Willow, past Talkeetna spur and hopefully end up at the Alaska State Denali Park which is 100 miles or so southeast of the National Park. Willow is where we got our first glimpse McKinley last ...
... us. He never saw the camper with the gas we sent, which was OK. Made it to Denali just on time for the 11 am bus but it was sold out so took the 2 pm bus. Parked in the overnight lot since we would stay 2 nights in the Lodge at other end of the park (100 miles west, no private vehicles allowed). Our bus driver ...
... Denali State Park, and the main highway in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley.
It is a common misconception that the name "Parks Highway" comes from the road's proximity to the Denali state and national parks; it is in fact in honor of George Alexander Parks, governor of the Territory of Alaska from 1925 to 1933. However, the aptness of the name was recognized when it was chosen.
... clothesline that runs across the camper and have used it several times to dry small things out when it's not sunny outside. We have little hooks here and there and we use spring loaded curtain rods in corners and small spaces for extra hanging space. The bathroom that houses our porta-potty is just a converted closet and there is a lot of room in there for creative storage.
As I mentioned in a previous post, the camper is OLD and she is not meant for some of ...
... to grab some bacon to cook with our potatoes for breakfast (I had forgotten bacon at home, one of our camping staples) and he would be right back. We forgot that we were not in the city anymore, and the store didn't even open til 1000. LOL. He figured that out when he arrived there. We camped here once a week, all summer. Sometimes only one or two days, sometimes four or five. Just depended. We would sleep late, til noon or even 2 or 3 pm, wake up, and walk the short trail down the hill ...