Cooper Creek

The last two days have been pretty quiet.  The weather is still cloudy and drizzly and in the 60’s.  Can’t remember when we’ve seen the sun.

The Fred Meyer stores are very RV friendly, this one in Soldotna has its parking lot striped for RV parking and also provides a free dump station and drinking water.   We parked overnight here the last two nights as did several other RV’s.  During the day we did a little exploring, re-visiting places we saw before, and shopping in the Fred Meyer store. My Verizon Internet service was extremely slow here so no blog yesterday.

We’re always fascinated by unique RV’s and we have seen several during this trip, here’s a couple:

Foreign RV

Foreign RV

RV from Germany

RV from Germany

Tonight we are in a Cooper Creek US National Forest Service Campground, near Cooper Landing, Alaska.  Barely any Internet signal here too, as is common in the mountains, which are everywhere in Alaska, so this is brief.

Cooper Landing USNFS Campground, #15

Cooper Landing USNFS Campground, #15



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