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... 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 ...
... dogs all winter. They patrol the territory, stock backwoods cabins, haul stuff for construction and repairs and so on. They log 3,000 miles in an average winter. Why not use snowmobiles and helicopters? Noisier, more expensive, more intrusive into the wilderness environment, gulp fuel (costs $1.50 a day to feed one dog), and not nearly so nice to curl up with at night.
One of the dogs, Gaiter, retires at the end of the day today. ...
... and drinking Americano Espresso and are highly addicted.
- The camera was worth it. I need a different tripod.
- I can take pictures in the light too.
- You truly can live off of peanut butter. If I were a Doomsday Prepper, I'd live in Georgia so when the big event happened, I'd be closer to the peanuts to grind up for peanut butter and wouldn't have to kill a moose.
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The first few nights I just pulled off the road, set up my tent and called it a camp site. That's one of the 28648 reasons I love Alaska. Well, and Canada. Good God, I forgot how much I loved Canada: people are ridiculously nice and genuine, the talk radio is entertaining complete with over-voweled words, the landscape is amazing, roadside wildlife galore, and they're stuck in the 90's like me! Payphones everywhere, you can ...