The Olson's Retirement RV Adventures travel blog

We're here!

Nenana River. Picture taken from the bridge.

Nenana River and Alaska railroad above.

We took a small hike and took the picture looking up at...

This was our view most of the day. Clouds!

and more clouds.

He was looking for a handout. Sea-gulls were all over the park.

The vista point from the furthest point you can drive your car...

Landscape at the vista point.

Standing in the River bed.

The river bed.

More landscape

Train bridge.

Junior Ranger being sworn in.

Exhibit at the Visitors Center.

I love mesquitos, not really, ok I guess??

As close as I want to get to a grizzley. (Exhibit)

He was a big one!


Again we woke up to rain. It was wet and cold. We have had our little heater running most of the time since we got to Denali.

Finally cabin fever set in and we took a drive. We drove to the furthest point (14 miles) into the park they will let you travel by your own car. It was cloudy and wet. On the way back we stopped at the Visitors Center to explore through the exhibits and saw a short movie on the park. We watched a 'Junior Ranger' about 6 yrs old be sworn in.

Last night we went to dinner with a couple from Tennessee we met in Watson Lake. They parked beside us at Watson Lake and we have been in the same RV parks several times since. It was nice to get out and have some social time with other people. Tomorrow night the four of us are going to a dinner theatre.



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