Weather Has Turned

It’s time to ‘go outside’ as Alaskans call heading to the lower 48. The weather has turned. Foggy Rain In Juneau Weather in Sitka is better

Jen’s Journal – August 31, 2019

Day 63: Chilkoot Lake State Park, Haines, AK Mostly sunny, cool and serene. Before breakfast, and after only one shared cup of coffee, we went back to the river where we saw the bears yesterday. We saw three more brown bears. See “A Bear Story," a separate blog. We walked around Fort Seward in Haines.... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – August 29, 2019

Day 61: Million Dollar Falls, YT Sunny and chilly. Frost on the picnic table. We left the Alaska Highway yesterday at Haines Junction, Yukon, and proceeded down the Haines Highway. Moving into British Columbia, we are still driving some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. Early fall colors abound in the shrubbery of... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – August 28, 2019

Day 60: Kluane Lake, YT Sunny and chilly. First thing in the morning, we went to the Visitor Center for Kluane NP, just two kilometers from our campsite. It was just around the mountain. At the Visitor Center the mountainside was receiving sunlight and we saw upwards of 100 Dall sheep, in smaller groups on... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – August 27, 2019

Day 59: Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge Sunny and chilly. There were three beavers that kept some people in the campground awake last night. The beavers were chewing down trees and hauling them to the lake. One tree hit a camper as it was being felled. I didn’t get a picture until the campers in this... Continue Reading →

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