After 8,159 miles, we are home.
We drove up to Alaska in 6 days (~60 hours), via the Alaska Highway.
The best part of the drive up was seeing lots of animals:
And driving the Icefields Parkway between Banff and Jasper National Parks:
We got into a float plane:
I thought I was going to vomit from nerves. But then we got up in the air and it felt like being in a car ride 150 feet above the ground. We were dropped off 1.5 hours later in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve.
We spent 30 days in this tipi home:
We then spent three weeks driving back home via the Cassiar Highway. We stayed for about a week in the Kenai Peninsula for some hiking (and because the weather was great):
And made stops in Jasper National Park in Canada:
In Banff National Park in Canada:
In Yoho National Park in Canada:
In Glacier National Park:
In Yellowstone National Park:
All while living out of this sweet ride:
I will be writing more about our trip, but just wanted to do a short review first.
It’s great to be home, onto the next adventure!