Stopped at Tetlin Visitor Center; they told us where we might see trumpeter swans. Saw them soon after passing the US border. Two swans were in a pond right next to the highway. It’s sure great to have a telephoto lens!
The road in Canada is just as bad as the first time—very wavy and frost heaves; had to drive slow—35 for quite a bit of this part.
Stopped frequently to take pictures—St. Elias icefields, lakes, rivers, mountains, tundra. There are lots of wildflowers especially fireweed; also what looked like foxtail (beautiful blowing in the breeze). Saw a wolf or coyote cross the road; gone by the time we got the camera out.
Camped on a pullout next to Kulane Lake with two other RV’ers we met on the road. Walked around the lake's edge. Incredible view of the lake and surrounding mountains—what a place to spend the night!