(Part Three of Three)
When we woke in Seward on Tuesday morning, it was still raining. Everything inside the camper felt wet: our clothes, the bedding, the air - everything. We were both very tired of the damp air and were ready to go home. We even discussed canceling our overnight stay in Talkeetna and driving all the way back to Fairbanks, but the thought of driving 500 miles didn’t appeal to either of us. Towing the camper, it would have easily been a 10-12 hour driving day. So we stayed with our original schedule and made our way to Talkeetna.
The rain continued even after leaving Seward, but it became more of a misty drizzle rather than a windy pelting. Thank goodness! What we really hoped for was sunshine - and warmth - but it didn’t come. We stopped again at the Turnagain Pass rest stop, but this time on the opposite side of the highway, and Steve made us sandwiches, while I walked Sedona down the foot trail nearby.