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... are then surprised when the pump stops at exactly $100. Think at first this is a coincidence, but find out that most pumps stop at $100. We have a second go with the nozzle, end up putting in A$125 worth of petrol, somewhat surprising as haven’t gone that far, but fuel isn't cheap, and we have been pushing a lot of air in front of us at 110 Kmh.
We carry on the 27 miles to Denali National Park entrance, right on the highway, find the sign to the Registration ...
We were up and off early this morning.
Today was our last day before the turn in of our RV tomorrow
morning and return home later in the afternoon.
Trying to use up all our supplies or pack those items that
will travel well.
A few early morning mountain shots and we are on the road. A
stop at one of my favorite places, Tern Lake for some nice pictures of the
reflections of ...
... touched down safely into Anchorage. The taxiing was strange though as the aeroplane halted to a sharp braking, causing everyone to jolt forward. We looked out the window and realised the aeroplane braked to avoiding hitting a Dash 8 aircraft - in other words, the same aircraft I work on in my job. How embarrassing.
Anchorage airport was a very clean and sterile looking area, although it did have some character to it. Unfortunately that's where ...
... women) just pass the name change anyway? Who knows? Write your friendly neighborhood Ohio congressman and tell him to stop being a dope.
The drive was beautiful nevertheless. The clouds were not rain clouds--big white puffy ones with lots of blue in between, so they cast beautiful shadows on the mountains and the road. The road is mostly down hill, but even as it descends from cyprus forests into mixed deciduous and evergreen to ...
... go up and from Dhading its a climb back up into the Himalayan foothills. Another day to test the legs and mettle of the Riders with more relentless but breath taking scenery. The stage finishes in Gorkha, Nepal's former capital, and for those finishing early enough This is a great opportunity to visit the ancient palace complex perched on the side of the surrounding hills. 08 March - Day 05 - GORKHA TO BESI SAHAR - RIDEABLE 100%25, 61KM ...