Jen’s Journal – July 21, 2019

Day 22: Somewhere between Tok and Delta Junction, AK Cloudy and cool. Mountains to the left, Tanana River to the right. Baked the 4 quasi-frozen scones. They were still great. We did not stay in a BLM campground, we stayed on BLM land, where overnighting is allowed almost everywhere. We drove to Fairbanks, had a... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – July 20, 2019

Day 21: Eagle, AK Partly sunny and warm. Last night was the third night in a row that we camped in a BLM (Bureau of Land Management) campground. They only cost $5 if you have a National Parks Access Pass. They only have picnic tables and outhouses, but they have been pretty nice. I can... Continue Reading →

Jen’s Journal – July 18, 2019

Day 19: Walter Fork Campground, AK Sunny and warm. Well this was a talking day. We only traveled 33 miles, but had meaningful conversations with: (1) The campground host at Walter Fork, who knows of Laura from Saline who skied a cross-country race here in Alaska (2) Steve from Cook County, Illinois, who had a... Continue Reading →

Made it to Banff National Park

Traveled 395 miles today from our camp in Swift Current Saskatchewan to Tunnel Mountain Village I Campground. A view a few steps from our campsite. Tunnel Mountain Village I Campground Banff Village 1 Campground

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