All Seasons Bed and Breakfast Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 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 by 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, ...
... the place could make you a burger at one end, serve a beer in the middle then sell you a fridge magnet at the other end. Out the front she had a dog who was harnessed up with a tag that said "Do not feed me I am diabetic". She was gorgeous. A couple of travellers from Oregon in a big 5th Wheeler were there with a small dog like mine, named Dolly, I got excited until she turned and she had these two big fangs on the bottom jaw.. All I could say was ...
We were recently asked "Why do you do that?" Traveling for months at a time. I pondered this question for awhile and concluded that It's because of a wanderlust spirit. It's exciting seeing something new and different. Embracing the unknown . Every turn in the road is a new surprise whether it be a beautiful meadow with meandering streams or snow capped peaks pointing to the clouds above.
It may be a moment on top of Healy Mountain ...
... we continue to the ...
... it was still over a fast moving river!
We have now covered about 6,000 miles and are at the farthest, most northern point of our trip. We are having the time of our lives and are all still talking to each other.
Fairbanks is a wonderful city, friendly and inviting. We have taken a paddle wheeler boat down the Chena, gone gold panning on Dredge #8, been to a Musk Ox Refuge, and to Creamer's Field (a refuge for birds). All big and wonderful sites!