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... The floor was as much as 18 inches off level in a span of about 10 feet. Again, it is due to the structure being built on the permafrost, no footings and the building kinda tilts and slides off the rock base a little bit every year.
Long term and native born Alaskans are called "sourdoughs". 65% of the residents in Alaska do NOT stay in the state for the winter. Most head to warmer climates in the lower 48 and return for the ...
We were in Clam Gulch and clamming. We had great success and had enough fresh clams for everyone to enjoy chowder.
We are in Soldatna which is in the center of the Kenai peninsula and that travel pod doesn't recognize, so I can't mark the map for you all.But we ...
... these facilities are new and nice.
Then we drove to Fairbanks; the northern section of the Parks Highway is not spectacular.
Upon arrival in Fairbanks, we visited Fairbanks' Pioneer Park- a free village of actual log cabins, old homes, theater, and river stern-wheeler... very well done. And went to the old Palace Theater for very well done, funny "review" performance all ...
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... We exchange our trip stories. He is headed to Prudhoe then to Denali. We arrive in Fairbanks and find our hotel. After a shower we go to lunch/dinner at Pikes Landing located on the Chena River. Its 84 degrees here today and people are floating the river in tubes and kayaks. We wash up the bikes so we can bring in our saddle bags into the rooms to sort our gear.
We are planning on leaving any unnecessary gear here at the hotel while we run ...
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