We walked from our place to Fast Eddy’s yesterday. It was a balmy 10 degrees F, remnants of the Chinook That Took Tok the other day.
When it comes to walking/hiking, I’m very destination oriented. Where my husband is willing to turn off a main road or path and explore a new one, I want to “stick to the program” and get somewhere specific. So for this walk, it was head to Fast Eddy’s for lunch with toddler in the Chariot stroller bundled and blanketed.
We crossed the Tok Cutoff into the “heart” of Tok, taking a more “residential” road before crossing the Alaska Highway to get to the restaurant.
Along the way, we passed a junk yard. Not a junkyard, but someone’s yard with a mind-boggling amount of stuff half-buried in the snow. (Photos below from our first walk in December.)
I can’t wait until the thaw.
June will be a lovely month to bicycle to the store, to the bank, to Fast Eddy’s, to the post office.