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... amp; associated exhibits in a relatively small area, although this didn't preclude the items being laid out well with lots of information to read.
I ended up buying quite a few things there to send home (& had left my backpack behind - virtually every time I leave it I need it or something out of it) so after 5 hours in Pioneer Park I returned to Walt & Grace's with bags precariously perched on & around the bike. I offloaded all the ...
... the downtown area, they are 8 ft tall & allow oxygen flow between the underground utility system & the air above. They were bland, off-white but in
Sept 2012 the Downtown Association of Fairbanks completed its “Paint
the Pipes” program, when local artists were paid to decorate 13 pipes in downtown Fairbanks .
I headed back to Grace & Walt’s as we were meant to be leaving to go blue berry picking but they were across the road ...
Where’s Chuck Today?
Denali National Park to Fairbanks
Temperature 65-75 Hot
Not much happening today,
trying to get from Denali to Fairbanks. We
had excellent roads with the exception of one 15 mile stretch of road which was under construction. ...
... food and protection in the harsh Arctic climate. They also described how the Athabascans skillfully survived for over 10,000 years and how they adapted to village life and Western culture in the past century.
What a fantastic experience!
After lunch, we returned to North Pole and Santa Claus House which we missed yesterday. I was so excited to actually meet Santa Claus. Yes, it was really him!
Steve and I had a little wander into downtown Fairbanks and ...
... of 12 inches. So a "short stack" of two of them was more than enough.
During breakfast, we learned that Richard was a pipeline worker from 1975-79 and had many stories to tell about the pipeline and the area (which, like many tour operators, you have to take somewhat with a grain of salt.) He was proud to show a pay stub from 1975 where he made $11/hour working on the pipeline and grossed $1,100 in a week (including overtime). ...