Well, it's that time again, time to move on up the highway. We had a great adventure on the upper Pacific Coast Peninsula of Washington and Olympic National Park.
We stayed at the Forks 101 RV park in Forks, WA for our visit to Olympic National Park. The main areas in the park that you can drive to (mountains, beaches or rainforest) are on the north and west sides.
As we leave Olympic National Park, the route will take us south around the bottom of the park then back north just past Seattle to Bow, WA. There we will spend one night to prepare for the crossing of Canada on the Alaskan Highway aka, ALCAN Highway. Typically, people will make the ALCAN crossing in 10 to 14 days, but we will be doing in about four days, while spending one night in Prince George, BC, CA. When we enter Canada, we will be placing the phones in airplane mode and will not use the Canadian Verizon service. Since we will be in stealth mode (no Internet, no Phone), our family and friends will not receive any communication until we arrive in Alaska, approximately 5/14/2018.
The plan is to stop at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park for a couple of days. Next stop will be Anchorage, AK to pick up mail at our company's HR Office, and last chance provisioning before heading to Denali National Park.
The Blog will keep you informed of what is or about to happen and what plans we have on the horizon for future adventures...