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Old 05-31-2015, 06:10 AM   #21
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big horn sheep. Awesome
Thats the route I took last fall on the bike. If you didnt get to see Glacier...
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Old 05-31-2015, 06:13 AM   #22
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Dish TV still working with tailgater.
I have the same set up. Anxious to see how long it lasts for you.
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Old 05-31-2015, 08:04 AM   #23
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Waiting on coffee. 45 outside 55 inside. Will warm up fast though.

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Waiting on coffee. 45 outside 55 inside. Will warm up fast though.

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Think you will love Glacier, was there some year ago. Travel all afternoon and into the night to get there. DW did most of the driving while I rested. Set up camp, (can't remember the name of the campground we stayed at) at night, woke up to glorious surroundings in the morning. If not to cool, be sure to that the "Grinder" tour ride up the Going the the Sun road. We also hiked up to Grenel (sp) glacier. Not sure if glacier is still there but worth the hike. Scenery is spectacular.
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Old 05-31-2015, 10:07 AM   #26
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We flew in and out of Anchorage 2 summers ago and rented a RV spent 10 days in Alaska. It was amazing. It is what gave us the bug resulting in our new Jayco. Denali was amazing. We were there the beginning of July and the weather was perfect. We even got to see the perfect reflection in the reflection pool. I hope you have an amazing trip

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Old 05-31-2015, 10:40 AM   #27
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LOL. We stayed in Banff last year and I took a picture of this same thing. They are super strict there about keeping all dogs on leash because of the high probably of bears coming through the campground. Having said that, none came through when we were there! (Thankfully)
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I don't know where the dbl post came from and the pic is wrong. Maybe admin can delete and remove one.
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We spent the day resting in Jasper. We rode the Tram. We've ridden lots of trams and I would not recommend this one. Total waste of $$60.00, Even Dollywood better.
Going to head out early AM with goal of at least 600 miles. We have 1800 left approx, so three days. That gives us more time to ATV and fish etc. in Alaska. But if we find something interesting we don't have the first reservation until June 10.
I would recommend the Banff, Jasper route but just for the scenery. Jasper is like Gatlinburg. Big tourist trap beside the Nat Park. Seeing lots elk and bears. High today 67. Sunny nice. Slow cooking a pork roast outside on the grill, home made potato salad and beans. About ready to eat.
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Ustab, thanks for the update! Am enjoying your posts.
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