The Rest of 2017…

You can just see the opening to outside past the ice

Hard to believe it is already 2018.  2017 and the trip to Alaska was such a special time, but we have other (mostly) great memories from the rest of 2017.   To catch up this will be mostly boring narrative, but my mother insists that we should write it all down, especially due to the drama that ensued!

One last look from under the Mendenhall Glacier..

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The Best for Last? Juneau

It seemed like the more we saw in Alaska the more amazing it was. Perhaps that is because we did the Kenai Peninsula at the end of our trip. From Haines, we loaded Monty and Mulligan onto a state ferry. Juneau is only accessible by water or air despite being the state capital! The downtown area in the summer is simply cruise ship tourist mania! We avoided that like the plague, but there were plenty of other cool things to see.

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Canadian Rockies: Waterton Lake, Banff and Jasper national parks

We crossed the border into Alberta, Canada with no issues. We had heard stories from other RVers and even Jeff’s grandfather, who used to fish in Canada, about hours-long searches. We drove through a lot of rolling farmland and got to Waterton Lake, the Canadian side of Glacial National Park. Our campground was right in the middle of the park, only a few blocks from downtown, but also right on the lake. The view was gorgeous!

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