All Seasons Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... in the day on the Riverboat cruise. Building houses on permafrost land is a very expensive business. We saw an area being filled and packed, that would then enable a home to be then built on the land.
We only had one stop for a photo shoot. Lovely views across a large valley to the mountains and once again we could just make out Denali in the far distance. Views of 'The Mountain' from here do not happen often. When we told Alex that we had been on the land ...
... were on show, along with a number of Grizzly bears. A few more Dall sheep added to the mix but these ones were much further away.
Next step was a ride along the Denali Highway to Paxson. It proved to be a nice road with great scenery. Also a chance to see Mt. Denali albeit at a distance. Yes the weather had improved. Clear skies and warm temperatures, and views of peaks and glaciers, and rolling tundra covered ...
Fairbanks kind of surprised me. I was expecting a large metro area, but actually, it is small and sprawling. The more I ventured, the more I gained...wildlife, topography, afternoon storms, food, friendliness...and rainbows galore!
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You have all you need, as there is a Walmart and a Lowe's and ...
... a good portion of the Dalton highway found itself inside the engine compartment. We didn't think to wash the engine compartment when we were at the car wash. He says we can hose it off at our site which we do and leave the car running to recharge.
We put battery on the list of things to do today. We get a new battery at Walmart and exchange an earlier purchase at the Verizon store. We make a liquor run to the ...
You cannot believe the size of this man-made wonder of the Last Frontier! Pictures cannot capture its magnitude as it traverses 800 miles of frozen tundra, boreal forest, 800 rivers and streams, three major earthquake faults and three fiercely rugged mountain ranges. This corridor includes over 550 wildlife crossings for moose, ...