Arctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsArctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast Wiseman
This is not the name of the cabin/museum in which we viewed the lights from but it's the only thing that came up with being connected to wifi.
So I need to see if the museum in the town of wiseman comes up.
I'm not going to try and describe what I witnessed last night yet because, right now we our on the tour bus and I want to enjoy the view BUT I did wonder whether or not the misfit
toys ever enjoyed the lights like we did.
One more quick thing about the day that plays a HUGH part in the story is the start of the day with the first penny..... To be continued
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... day. About 30 Miles out of Prudhoe I saw a Snowy owl but since we were still in a bit of a hurry did now stop to take a photo since we still had the pass on our minds -I now regret this and next time my life is on the line I will always stop to take pictures because what's the point of living through something if you don't have any pictures of it! We drove mostly non-stop except for one stop about 100 miles into our trip to add the extra fuel ...
... truck stop and I looked at Kevin's front tire and it was almost completely deflated. He had a flat tire, which normally wouldn't be a big issue but we were 260 miles for any place that would have supplies to replace it. We did have an extra tube with us as we were prepared for this, but still, we were only 1/4 of the way into our trip in the Arctic and burned though our emergency tube already. The arctic is no joke, even in September, and going up with ...
... use the auxiliary tanks first, so not to be concerned that those gauges were showing we didn't have much fuel. Woke us all up anyway. John's favourite line was "How you all doin back there. Okay". We would give him the thumbs up as we couldn't speak with him. By the trip back to Fairbanks I was over being asked "How I was doin"! We had planned to either go into the Fairbanks CBD when we got back or up to the North Pole to visit ...
... won’t go down and eat this time. One other motorhome is here and another pickup camper comes as we are setting up. They also have a water point and dump site which we will take advantage of on the way out tomorrow.
Our plan is to stay at Wainwright Sunday night if we are able to get in. If not, we may dry camp again at the Chena River Hot Springs where we want to visit and soak up some of the hot spring ...
... I will get everything ready for an omelet breakfast while Sue is outside in the rain, testing out her new Frog Tog raingear and washing the mud off the car and back of the coach.
There seems to be a break in the weather so we to take the short drive to Wiseman. It is only about 10 miles from camp. Wiseman's heyday came around 1905 when the gold seekers abandoned Coldfoot. This is still an active mining area. A 150 oz. gold nugget ...