Tok to North Pole - Day Eight

Trip Start May 05, 2009
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Trip End Sep 20, 2009


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Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Just 20 miles past Tok, Alaska is Yerrick Creek. Imagine that! Val's mother was a Yerrick. Val has Yerrick relatives. Gosh, maybe Val has relatives here in Alaska, and doesn't even know it. It's not much of a creek as creeks go, but it's a Yerrick nonetheless.

About 70 miles from Tok we see a moose by the side of the road, and then we see a red fox, then another moose. Sorry no pictures.

Delta Junction is mile 1422 of the Alcan. The last mile. Of course Dave had to stop, and they made me pose by the monument to the last mile, and then again to have my picture taken so that it looks like I am being bitten by a monster mosquito. Ok, lots of laughs, lets get back on the road. The things I do for these two!

Your humiliated Beagle,
Remington 

P.S. We will be going to Riley Creek tomorrow, and then as soon as we can out to Savage River. The blog entries will be catch as "Ketchican" from now on.
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natalie1545
natalie1545 on

humiliated beagle
there is nothing I enjoy more than to see my parents embarassing my little brother Remington. Remmy, if it makes you feel any better, mom and dad made us do silly things at roadside stops too!

Looking forward to 'ketching' another entry soon!

keb1234
keb1234 on

Kermit & Susan
Sounds like Dave is trying to set record getting to Alaska. You guys have a wonderful time and keep the travel pod going we enjoy it very much.

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