7 Gables Inn & Suites
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A slow start as we didn't have far to go today, and when we did get underway it was raining steadily, so the view was pretty average.
Drove to our most northerly stop on the trip - Fairbanks, arriving for a late lunch. Spent a bit of time trying without success to replace our USB adapter which we'd blown trying to boil a kettle through it …
... her and there but for the most part and wonderful clear sky. It didn't take long for the first little storm to appear. Much to our amazement, I counted 7 different substorms containing corona shot. The burst of aurora straight overhead that looks like a starburst. Incredible night shooting!
Hundreds of images later, and well into the early morning, we made our way back to the lodge. The. Best. Night. Ever!
Left Tok after fueling and visiting the visitors center. Drove nice highway to Delta Jct and the end of the Alaskan Highway. Picture op! Along the way we stopped at Delta Jct Meat and Sausage. Rika's Roadhouse was the next stop. One of the last roadhouses left on the Ric******* Highway, it was run by Rika ? an woman entrepreneur from early Alaskan History. There was a ferry that crossed the ...
... By the way, I found out that 'na' is Athabascan for river so all of the river names end in 'na'.
The campground was a quiet, wooded, pretty place along the river with flush toilets and mosquitoes the size of pelicans. First chore, bathe in deet. Buddy took everything out of the trailer to try to wash off some of the dust and grit we picked up traveling the Top of the World Highway. After he finished polishing the bike, we took a ride to the ...
We are some of the lucky 30% to see the top of Denali. We came in on a rainy day and the next day it cleared up just enough for us to see the top of Denali. You have to be vigilant to be able to catch it too. It sneaks in and out of the clouds so when it is clear here you have to stop and get to a vantage point.
We took a tour ...