We arrived at our new Alaska home at Denali National Park for the summer of 2018.
The journey across the Alaskan Highway though long was almost like going across the United States, except that you will definitely see more wildlife. People may try to scare you, saying the highway is rock and gravel with very few gas stations. Well, that was the way it used to be. But now the road is entirely paved. And the difficult spots have been rerouted. The last 300 miles into Alaska were bumpy in spots due to frost heaves, and dodging some pretty significant potholes, but what a great adventure. On our return route, we will be taking a more easterly route going through Alberta and entering the United States in Montana.
Just got my copy of Yellowstone National Park Planning Guide back from the editor, and it will be available in eBook and Paperback after the cover artwork has been designed.
Heading back to the lower 48 after some issues with the new motor coach. We did have the opportunity to drive 30 miles of the park road and it was truly amazing. Sadly we leave but will return again to finish the work needed to be able to write the planning guide.
The Blog will keep you informed of what is or about to happen and what plans we have on the horizon for future adventures...