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Denali National Park
This page only shows a small part of Denali National Park, when the two RV Gypsies took their daughter and grandchildren on a very long bus ride to Kantishna looking for wildlife. The two RV Gypsies were in Denali National Park earlier and that page has more history, photos and data about Denali National Park, plus Mt. McKinley (Denali mountain), an igloo, Jeff King's Husky Homestead, sled dogs and more. The two RV Gypsies also returned to Denali National Park in 2016. Use the TOC button above and choose National Parks if you wish to see those pages. All three times at Denali National Park provided different experiences, photos, and wildlife. This page is really for the kids.
 
Renee, Kristen and Lee went up the hill during a 15-minute break from the bus ride. Alex went in a different direction. Karen took photographs of all of them.
Renee, Kristen and Lee head up the hill
Alex heads in a different direction
Renee and Kristen heading up the hill
Alex going the other way
Kristen
Kristen, Renee, Lee
From the hill across the way, Alex glanced at the rest of the family.
mother & daughter
Alex looking sad - all alone
mother & daughter
Alex looking sad - all alone
Below: 3 generations
3 generations, Kristen, Renee, Karen
Time for the bus to continue down the road in Denali National Park
last chance for photos before boarding the bus
heading down the hill
Lee notices Karen taking photos
Renee and Kristen
Roads in Denali National Park - curvy, with deep cliffs on the side
Roads in Denali National Park
Roads in Denali National Park
Roads in Denali National Park
mountain
Looking down the road-side cliff at the river - taken from inside the bus
looking down the cliff at the river
looking down the cliff at the river
looking down the cliff at the river
scenery
mountain in Denali National Park
mountain in Denali National Park
scenery
scenery
clouds come in
clouds come in
Another break from the long bus ride - Toklat River (mile 53) Alex played with the rocks, as usual.
Alex plays with the rocks
Alex plays with the rocks
Alex plays with the rocks
Alex plays with the rocks
Renee and her son, Alex
Renee and her daughter, Kristen
The little tiny white spots on the mountains are Dall Sheep
- Whoopee Doo! -
Dall Sheep
Dall Sheep
Below: The black spots are caribou. The two RV Gypsies got better photos of caribou later because they saw a lot of caribou on this day trip in different areas.
caribou
caribou
A stop at Eielson (mile 66) A newly rebuilt visitor center.
Alex and a caribou rack
End of the road - Kantishna - (mile 90). A nice lunch of soup, sandwiches, pudding. Alex panned for gold, then everyone explored the area.They wish the tour allowed more time here.
Alex panning for gold
the family crossing the bridge
the family crossing the bridge
more rocks
Kristen
in the rocks
a short walk
the lodge where lunch was served
cabins high in the mountains
the family
a tent across the bridge
Kristen in the tent
Alex  in the tent

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Menu for the two RV Gypsies
and family in Denali, Alaska
August 2009

You may visit these four (4) sites in any order you choose. Of course the page you are on is grayed out and cannot be chosen from here. Also, please follow the below navigation to Valdez.

Denali National Park

Wildlife

Grizzly Bear Campground
and a thief

Jet boat ride

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go to the next pageAFTER you have visited all 4 sites above, please continue on to Valdez, Alaska - glaciers, a cruise, wildlife, waterfalls and more