4 years ago, on August 6th 2006 at 2:30 in the afternoon, you bought 75 bucks worth of diesel fuel at the Holiday Station just off the Seward on Tudor in Anchorage, paying $2.81/gallon for it.
You drove hundreds of miles after that, parked your vehicle, and then travelled 21 miles by ATV or horse up a hard rock canyon to a wonderfully beautiful campsite, just off in the greenery next to the intersection of two mid sized hard rock canyons. You saw many sheep up in at the gravel line of most all the mountains, and quite likely saw bear sign. Pretty likely the caribou were thick in there too.
Now how would I know all this?
Because you left your Holiday receipt on the ground at that campsite, and for some dumb reason they make their receipts so weather-hardy that 4+ years later they're still in one piece and readable. 4 fulll winters the snows covered it, endless rains pelted it, and lots of hard sunshine too.
I used your campsite ***********. I didn't leave anything behind though, except some pressed down grass in places.