Monday: (07/11) Lou fixed ham, eggs and home fried potatoes for breakfast. After topping off the RV gas and filling the LPG tank we were off toward the Kenai Peninsula.
The first part of our trip today was over ground we already covered when we tried to see the bore tide. We stopped to look at the Potter March boardwalk. We also stopped along the way to watch some dall sheep of or mountain goats on the cliffs along the road. We didn't go too far today stopping about mm68 at Bertha campground. Nice place in a nice green valley by a nice river and waterfall. It comes with it's own moose and bears (so the host says).
Our campsite and a waterfall at Bertha Creek Campground. We relaxed the rest of the day in camp. For lunch we had stir-fry vegetables and tofu. We decided to set up our screen tent for the first time. Not long after we got the screen room setup it started to rain. Fortunately it's roof is solid, not screen. We bought it just before we left and haven't had the ideal place and time to use it yet. Lou was busy baking much of the evening. When they filled the LPG tank, they overfilled it so she was busy getting ride of some of it. So we now have brownies and her famous Mexican cornbread. We had chicken pot pies for dinner. Today was the first time we've fully charged our batteries. since we arrived in Anchorage. Our campsite there was burried in the trees with only a few minutes of direct sun early in the morning. Not much help with the batteries. Being out on the road on a sunny day fixed all that. We chose our campsite here because it was the sunniest site. Now if it just has some sunny days we'll be fine.
Flowers at Bertha Creek Campground.
(GPS: 60.7503827, -149.72279)