7 Gables Inn & Suites
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After what seemed to be having to fix something on our bikes almost every day, today we had nothing to fix. We were contemplating the weather and found that the rain had us hemmed in and we were coming to grips that our run with good weather was coming to a close and we would have to face the facts that we were going to be riding through weather. The discussion was how to limit it as much as possible while still trying ...
... have to repack it all into Julie's Mercury Mountaineer. I believe Sara came up with this idea, which definitely saved us a few headaches I believe.
It was raining again and the hotel we were staying in this time was downtown, with a parking lot on the side so we unloaded and got inside. LJ and Sara went to return the car. They also had to refuel it and pick up the other car, which took longer than any of us ...
... them I imagine.
The trip lasted about 2 hours and well worth the $50 apiece that it cost and I would recommend it without hesitation.
We stopped at North Pole on the way home to score a couple of geocaches at Santa Claus House and nearby. We also stopped for a photo-op of some reindeer nearby. It was a great ending to a perfect day.
... place, with the possible exception of Texas. And one doesn't need a license to buy one either but you do need to show ID if you buy a beer, even if you are 59 !!
We still had our rental car for the rest of the day so visited a few interesting places in Fairbanks including Pioneer Park with several museums depicting the history of Alaska.
Ended off a fine day with a meal at the Pike's Landing Pub & Restaurant right next to our hotel at Pike's Waterfront Lodge.
... we'd get to the lodge in Chatanika with little time to spare. We watched the sky fill with the telltale signs of aurora from the car window on our way up the Steese Highway over Cleary Summit. The race was on! Our fellow aurora chaser and friend, Greg Syverson, was on his way out the Steese to get set up for an aurora shoot. Another Alaska friend, Deena Canon, was messaging with Kim and we got a chuckle over ...