There was a nip in the air.
The clear weather and sunshine didn't last, though. Heavy clouds moved in to cover the mountain peaks before we reached the scenic byway portion of the Glenn Highway.
We decided to stop for the night, hoping that the next day might bring a clearer sky and better views of the magnificent scenery. The first place we chose, Slide Mountain RV Park, appeared to be open and operational; but no one was in the office. So we drove on, passing about 25 miles of weather-obscured scenery along the scenic byway before coming to the next campground, Grand View RV Park in Glacier View, Alaska. It was a nice place, surrounded by mountains, and with a restaurant on site. When we registered, they gave us a coupon for a breakfast special the next morning.
The restaurant's supper prices were a little high, though, so we fixed hamburgers in the RV for our supper. I made the mistake of plugging in the heater at the same time I was using the electric skillet and the microwave, and the circuit breaker shut off. Then we couldn't get it to go on again. I was able to finish cooking the hamburgers by plugging the skillet into the outlet over the dinette. And the sweet potato that I had been cooking in the microwave was far enough along that it finished cooking in the foil. We plugged the heater into the bathroom outlet, and that worked fine.