Alaska 2017 – Grizzly Lake Campground

We Made it!  Our first goal, make it to Alaska.   3000+ miles.

Crossing the boarder was much simpler than the Canadian side.  The Canadians were more intent on getting their duty on any liquor you might have.

The scenery was amazing.  Snowcapped mountains, beautiful still lakes, it was amazing.

At night we always made time to bowl a few frames in our bowling alley.

Sweetums was this huge dog that roamed the park.  He was so gentle, and mellow.  Fozzie, who tends to be dominant, tried to put him in his place, by growling and biting the back of his neck.  Sweetums ignored him, and Fozzie gave up.

We added swans to our wildlife list.

We added the final state to our map for this trip.  We’ll as Washington on the way back.

Alaska 2017 – Beaver Creek

We decided to stop just before the Alaska border in Beaver Creek.  Along the way we had to photo the largest gold pan.

Beaver Creek has a couple of things going for it.  one is it’s next to a great restaurant called Buckshot Betties …

, and the other is it’s across the street from the visitor center.

Other than that not a whole lot to say for it.

It was a comfortable stop, now on to Alaska!