Saturday, September 25, 2010

Closer to home

Sorry no pictures but we are in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada for the night and will cross into North Dakota tomorrow the 26th. Hope to be in Michigan on or by Wednesday the 29th.

Friday, September 24, 2010

More travel

The 2nd day we travel to Canadian boarder and then on to Whitehores, Yukon Territory. We stayed at Hi Country Rv and it snowed during the night. We got up and travelled to Fort Nelson and stayed at Triple "G" Hideaway. That was a 587 mile day. We were tired and sleep well. We then travelled on the 3rd day to Valleyview, Alberta and stopped for the night at Sherk RV park. It is a beautiful park and tomorrow we plan on traveling to Saskatoon Saskatchewan.

Day 1

We left Denali and travel to Fairbanks and fuel up the Motor Home and got grocery from there we travelled to Tok and spend the night. In the morning we had a very pretty sun rises.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

It is time to go

The campground is almost empty and it is time to go. We packed down and put the truck on the back and drove out of the bear loop. We stopped at the wolf loop and then the caribou and closed the gates and locked up for the winter. The sun was out and it was a beautiful day so we headed for Fairbanks where we gas up the Motor Home and got some grocerys and headed for Tok, Alaska. We arrived at 6 p.m. and settled down for a quiet night and some sleep. Tomorrow we will cross into Canada and start our long trip to Michigan.

Friday, September 17, 2010

The season coming to an end

You can tell the season is almost over when we get sunsets like these and when Host site #2 is empty. Only 4 1/2 days to go and we also will be hitting the road. It has been very cold in the morning 28 degrees for a week now but the sun comes out and it is in the 60's and beautiful. Maybe we will be lucky this year and get out of Denali and not be snow on. Will be good to get home to the warm weather and to see the grandkids. I know they have grown.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Bull Moose

The bull moose have move to front country and are in rut.