Hey guys, I’m Yuya from Japan.
Thank you for reading every time.
This article is part7 of my travel and adventure in Alaska.
Here’s previous story↓
conversation in Japanese
I met a man who is from Australia.
His name is De〇〇〇〇…
Sorry, though I could hear his name, I don’t know spelling of his name.
Road condition was so good.
Alaska is nice to cycle.
Surprisingly, they spoke to me in Japanese.
They had been studying Japanese for 2yrs.
Their Japanese was so good!
I had not thought I spoke Japanese in Alaska.
From left to right, Jim, T.J. and C.J.
I’m sorry if I spell your name incorrectly.
My English isn’t good.
They are hunter. At that day, they went to Denali Hwy to hunt caribous.
I talked about me and the plan to cycle on the Dalton Hwy.
They disagreed with the cycling on the Dalton Hwy because of the terrible road condition and many trailers.
But that’s not all.
They also tauhgt me that there are many animals on the Dalton Hwy, for example, Grisley Bears, Polar Bears, caribous, mousses and so on.
They are good hunter, who know many things.
You can know them from here.
One of my best place in Alaska
It is difficult to take pictures of myself.
Great view in Alaska Range.
I’m facing south on the bridge.
I’m facing north on the bridge.
This view of the bridge and the railway is my favorite.
Because it was been a while since I saw a meadow.
“In the back of the grassland, a conifer forest, and the mountains of the Alaska Range…the best.”
to be continued
I reached Cantwell.
Thank you for reading!