A couple of weekends ago me and a friend decided to take a daytrip to Denali. I feel lucky that we can just decide that, just like that. Hey, let’s go to Denali.
The drive down was beautiful as always, and it was sunny and clear.
Part of the way you drive by mighty Nenana. Last year me and W drove down to Talkeetna early spring and the Nenana was raging. To the point it made me feel uncomfortable just sitting in the car driving by, that river can be scary. In the early spring you can usually cross the Nenana, but it does make me uncomfortable. There is an ice fall on the other side of the river called Johnny Cash falls, just because the train track comes around the bend on the other side, right across from the fall. I went ice climbing there a couple of years ago. But now, I rarely go ice climbing. Kind of sad, but I have had a couple of really, really cold ice adventures and gotten to realize that I actually rather be warm….than freezing.
While it was sunny it was still a little bit chilly. Around freezing I would say, or just slightly below. But the sun is so strong, and it is a fantastic heat source. During the evenings now it is below freezing (by quite a bit) but during the days the temperatures get up to around 40F. Spring is definitely approaching fast and we gain around 6.40 minutes every single day. Yes, EVERY SINGLE DAY!
And another wonderful weekend passed. We shall see what adventures happens this weekend.
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