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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
... br> I was hoping to see the interior of the STR Nenana but the only part that really has been renovated is the engine room, the rest of the area has been given over to models of many of the very scattered native villages as they were when the whites first came to Alaska so although I was a bit disappointed not to see how the boat looked 'in the old days', I found the model villages very interesting.
The aviation museum was interesting too with lots ...
... didn’t know where it was. A couple asked me where it was too, they must have thought I was a local as I was riding a bike. Eventually about 12.30pm I found it, it was just one short street with a few shops & a couple of cafes & restaurants!! Back in the miners’ days it was a red light district with lots of bars & girls behind windows advertising their 'wares’ but most of the bars closed down & the girls went.
I saw many pretty steam vent ...
... Discovery. History of the Chena River, gold rush, and the founding of
Fairbanks. Bush pilot landing and takeoff next to the boat. A visit with
Susan Butcher’s husband. Susan won the
Iditarod 3 times, but passed away due to
cancer. He continues with the kennel although he no longer races. Visited a
mock Alabascan Village. A lot of great
... Together they worked until he became leader of the team. Dave was later signing copies of the book.
Our next stop was to watch a young native girl demonstrating how the Sockeye salmon was prepared as dog food. Then it was all ashore for a guided walking tour of an Athabascan Indian village with cabins made of spruce logs, a cache used for storing supplies, a primitive spruce bark hut and fur pelts. The guides explained how the wolf, fox, martin and beaver were used ...
... area in the front sometime during the night and it was a bit tacky so we bypassed that. Due to the early departure, we stopped for breakfast at the "Hilltop Cafe" which is supposed to be a favorite of the "Ice Road Truckers" who run the Dalton Highway up to Prudhoe Bay (and "Ice Road Truckers" is one of Joe's favorite shows and one of the major reasons we did this trip.) The "Hilltop Cafe" served some of the largest pancakes I've ever seen easily having ...