Gotta get the park name in a picture
We had dinner and a nice visit with Eddie and Lois. We ate at the round fireplace in the background, really nice with it being so cool and rainy outside. The weather is finally starting to feel like Alaska.
A panorama from inside the park. These stream beds all originate at glaciers higher up in the mountains.
One of the steeper portions of the park road. I'm sure we'd stop rolling at some point down there...
I've been told before that I have a nice rack...
Dall Sheep, sort of like Big Horn. Apparently the horns get larger in the fall when it's time to crack heads for the girls. This herd of 10 weren't there when we made the return trip, lucky to see them.
A family of ptarmigan crossed the road right by us. They turn white in the winter.
Small herd of caribou making their way through the valley.
We saw 5 grizzlies total. The best was a mother and cubs that were feeding right beside the road. They were there on the way in, and nearby on the other side of the road on the way back. They walked right in front of us, spectacular luck.
Several caribou were feeding right next to the road.
Mom and cubs. They were adorable.