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 …
Fairbanks Alaska Tuesday: Big day out today...We left Dawson city at around 0900 and drove to the end of the street to await the ferry we had just missed. As its a part of the highway the ferry crossing is free, we were pleased about that..Not too much comes free when travelling.
The current was so strong we were actually crossing sideways. Once on the other side we were on the "Top of the world Highway" all dirt of course but in pretty good nick. ...
... was by students who work here in the summer and they were terrific. At the end of the boat trip it was lunchtime and we were treated to a sit down lunch...military precision..wish I had taken a photo. The afternoon was a visit to an old gold mining area but we passed under the 800 mile long Alaskan Oil Line...Alaska is rich in oil etc so heard the history of that too. Then it was on to the gold mine where ...
... not work the risk to my equipment. Our time here in Alaska is almost over. Tomorrow I think we will go to some of the Cultural events and the Native Arts fair. Not a lot else planned. Mary Shields e-mailed Scott and very graciously offered us some Caribou Sausage so we picked that up yesterday. I think a dinner of Spaghetti with Caribou meat sauce will be a fitting farewell. Until tomorrow.....love to all. ...
... folks. Nace Hagerman, who can see Canada just down the street from his house, recommended Musher Mitts for some heavy duty mittens. I checked out his link to Apocalypse Designs to find some cool looking mitts and they came in purple. I had a hard time finding the sizing chart so didn't know what size to order. Looking closer, I saw they were located in Fairbanks so decided to wait to go there. Without data on the phone ...