A Moose in the Garden Bed & Breakfast
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... talking about and realized the Northern Lights where out and very strong. In fact we saw green, purple and pink dancing lights. They were so strong that even the guys who lived in Alaska couldn't believe the show we were getting. It seemed to me like an portal to another world. The lights were dancing and striated stretching out over the entire sky. We all wanted to run and get our camera's ...
... Arrived in Fairbanks. Third city in Alaska after Anchorage and Juneau, the capital. Population 32,000 for the city itself. We went to the University of Alaska Museum of the North. Stunning architecture, on top of a very windy hill. Main aim was to see Blue Babe, a 36,000 year old Steppe Bison mummy. Similar colouring to cave paintings of bison in the south of France. Some ...
Neither of us really WANTED to go on this Discovery III steamroller riverboat cruise, but we bought the tickets without fully being honest about it. I wanted to go on a major photo hike, and he wanted to stay and watch Fox News.
On the way there, it was raining buckets...and we were kind of hoping that the lightening would begin, and the tour would be cancelled. Problem solved. No such ...
... the Chena River in a houseboat with other judges watching and judging the arriving participants. I take a picture of a few and we stick around long enough to get a picture of Red at the trophy table getting ready to hand out "trophies" (most made of duct tape) to the winners.
After that we take in a few of the sites and I buy another Alaska souvenir, a ...
... but fun to catch. Northern Pike are also here which they consider a rough fish and beg you to catch and eat them. I am very familiar with them of course as this is one of the primary fish we catch in Canada.
Friday, July 24, 2015
I have to boil my coffee this morning since we have no electricity and still no generator. After that I suggest to Sue to walk to the PX and get a breakfast sandwich at the ...