Anschen Log House
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... for 5 days and had only had a little rain at Mount McKinley Wilderness Lodge he said "We were in the 30% of tourists that are fortunate to visit Alaska and have such weather". Then we told him this was the fourth day in a row, we had viewed Denali Mountain and his response was "Well now you are in the 1% to be so fortunate"!
We arrived at Fairbanks just before 1.00pm. Just in time to use the washrooms before queuing for a lunch of stew, mashed potato ...
... More camping South of Paxson and then on to Valdez for a night at the Eagles Rest RV park (the place that we used in 2012).The good weather provided great views of the mountains and glaciers.
Valdez was very tourist orientated and expensive. We were not tempted to stay a second night. Instead we set off for Mc Carthy and the Kennecott copper mine. Another nice warm clear day! The road provided a section of pothole ...
... Starbucks! The Fred Meyer store is an adventure in and of itself! The locals are crazy friendly, and you could become a regular just about anywhere. (If you know me, you know that I love to be a "regular.")
Fairbanks is small enough to be charming, and large enough to be convenient.
I really love Fairbanks!
... where Sue finds her favorite beer: Crabbies Ginger Beer, an import from England that she rarely finds anywhere let alone here. We also need to replace a check valve in the black water plumbing system which we find at Arctic RV where we earlier purchase the part needed for our entry steps.
I will take it easy for the rest of the day as my knee didn't take the 5 mile hike real well. Sue is out replacing two filters in ...
... and other wildlife. The Trans Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) was completed in 1977 with a budget of $8 billion of privately funded construction. Its purpose is to transport crude oil from the oilfields of Prudhoe Bay on Alaska's North Slope to the ice-free port of Valdez, Alaska. TAPS carries 15% of the nation's domestic oil ...