Into Kenny Lake
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As par for
the course, we found clearing skies and no rain as we closed the trailer and
said â€śGood-byeâ€ť to
was just about 100 miles so we were set up in the campground early, got some
lunch and set off to visit the little town of
little town is at the edge of the
from the campground indicated that we might find eagles along the
Back at the campground, we ate dinner and then headed into the woods nearby to find some
diamond willow. Diamond willow is used as decorative woodwork and can be very costly. We were able to cut a couple of pieces that can be made into walking sticks when dried, sanded and shellacked.
Tomorrow we are letting a van transport us over the 60+ miles of dirt road to McCarthy and the Kennicott Copper Mine.