For certain it is remote and wilderness like I have never seen before. The road conditions are fine but about 1/3 of the gas stations or lodges along the highway are shut down. I guess people don't take long driving trips as much.
There loss! Wildlife is everywhere like this Stone sheep
All right near the road! We slow down and even stop to view some of them.
None of them seem all that afraid of cars, and we've only seen 1 or 2 dead as a result of collisions.
This one is taunting me by sticking out his tongue!
That was the case for this Moose!
Today's drive was short at about 150 miles and we reached Muncho Lake.
We take a waterfront spot which is beautiful, along the lines of things that they show you in Airstream ads.
And it is only $16 of course there aren't any hookups but we are good for a few days on batteries and our water tanks.
It was good we got in early because it is a Friday and the campground fills up except for 1 site by the time we make dinner. We are far enough north that it never gets dark at night. At 11PM it looks like 6 PM back home in Boston. And even at 3 AM there is still light in the sky.