The rain continued until we got to Eureka (seriously!) when the sun broke through and we started getting cloud definition. All the turnouts and gravel pits were parked nearly full
including this “tent camper.” Almost all of the wheelers were gone with very few people in camp.
We finally spotted a truck that provided what seems like a reasonable theory. It must be the beginning of moose season
although this mom and the young ‘un standing behind her apparently didn’t get the memo, standing right along the road less than 4 miles from the previous picture.
Home for the night is the rest area at MP24 on the Tok-Cutoff, giving time to do Turk’s daily afternoon warm compress and wound cleaning.
This was sent via our Millenicom hotspot while we were in Tok, Alaska for a fuel stop. For the next ten days while transiting Canada, posts will be dependent on locating available public wi-fi sources.