Glennallen, Alaska

June 29 and 30, 2022

Where’s The Fish?

Doug and Dee spent another couple of days chasing the elusive fish in a tributary close to the Copper River. Glennallen is the junction of several main highways: Glenn Highway, Richardson Highway, and Tok Cut-Off, so calls itself the Hub of Alaska. This fuel station/visitor center/convenience store is busy 24 hours a day with lines of RV’s and big trucks.

The Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve is the largest area managed by the National Park Service anywhere in the United States. It is a beautiful area, with mountains, snowfields, and glaciers.

You can see the copper color in the Copper River on the sign.
Mount Wrangell in the distance. There is a distinct avalanche field in the foreground.
Copper River
“Historic” Log Cabin Church in Copper Creek
Dee and Cheryl
Judy & Doug

We are happy to be completing June and moving on to July!

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