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... another treat, the roads got remarkably better. We made good time.
Just prior to sunset and just south of Tanana we were treated to a nice big moose on the side of the road, just lumbering along eating bark. Our previous trips up or down the Parks were at night. We took in the scenic overlooks just prior to Fairbanks with incredible orange and pick sunset views of the big mountain.
... not see a point.
This was my 8th trip up to Alaska and each one has been a different and great story. I have over 250 pictures and feel very blessed. I have covered nearly everywhere except the Kenai Peninsula and hope to do that someday. There were a few things I really wanted to see in Alaska, but never did see and those things were the grizzly bear, polar bear, moose and northern lights. None of those things are guaranteed.
... infused vodka in a Bloody Mary. The appetizers were terrific - seafood hush puppies, onion rings and nachos. We also did a little shopping in the gift shop. Everyone who had the beer said it was great.
Our last stop was back at the hotel where we had a few more drinks on the hotel restaurant deck before Bill and Tracy headed to the airport. Just before they left we saw sandhills cranes flying in formation over us.
One more day and we head ...
... until someone wants it for a stew.
In closing, I really liked Fairbanks. There are friendly people, little traffic, lots to do and it's easy to navigate. Fairbanks is a real gem and maybe we will fly up some winter, the locals say we need to check it out in winter. Tomorrow we head back to Tok and then on into Canada. Once we hit Canada we will have no cell phone and most likely no Wi-Fi.
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Today (Wednesday) we got up early (5:00am) for our flight to go above thr Artic Circle. We were taken to Fairbanks Airport and climbed aboard a twin engine 9 passenger plane and took off for the Artic Circle. The flight took 75 minutes and at the time we crossed the 66th parallel our pilot, John advised that we had reached our goal. We landed at Coldfoot ...