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... went off an hour early 0500 instead of 0600 but I got dressed in bed as without the heater we were freezing. Cereal for breakie and we decided to walk across to the Wilderness centre where we were catching a bus. All good until we took a wrong path and had to turn around and start again. We made it time though to catch the Eielson Shuttle which is like an old school bus and it takes about 4 hours to travel 66 miles into the Eielson Centre in the ...
... said I would go but they only had one seat left on the plane. It was easy to back out then. I will fill my day in wandering.
Fairbanks is a strange place. It doesn’t have much to it. The city centre doesn’t really exist. There doesn’t seem to be any nice houses in the city as everyone seems to live out of town. There have been no interesting buildings anywhere around town.
Walmart have a few cameras, as does Fred Meyer, but ...
... Arctic circle and is where the Chena and Tanana Rivers meet. It is flat with very little elevation change and about 7 inches of rainfall per year. It is called subarctic desert. Much of Fairbanks is permafrost. Permafrost is soil that has been frozen for 2 or more years. You can't pour concrete footings in it, or put in a septic system. Thus, many houses on stilts and many outhouses! Fairbanks has one of the highest crime rates in America compared ...
... real heavy: averages 65 inches
-They have low humidity and very little wind
-The Ididerod takes around 9-10 days; goes from Anchorage to Nome about 1,000 miles
-Alaska has one of the largest lakes in the US, Lake Iliamna covers 1,000 square miles and is as big as CT
-They cancel meetings when the temperature hits 30 below zero!
... and head to the ...