Cranberry Ridge Bed and Breakfast

705 Cranberry Ridge Dr., Fairbanks, Alaska, 99712, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks

Fire and Ice

A travel blog entry by boysplus


... bought a great Arctic hat that is the interesting combination of Alpaca Wool and Muskrat Fur. Beautiful and very warm. The exhibit hall was at Pioneer Park so they had the Museums that are onsite open as well. We moseyed through the Pioneer Air Museum and the Train Museum before deciding to have a snack and head to the North Pole.

Contrary to popular belief North Pole is actually south of ...

I Drive Better Sleeping Than Most People Do Awake!

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... what I was looking for. Cafe' Americano! But was it hot in there! With these crazy mild temperatures, they can't control the heat. Even with the front door open, it was crazy hot. I would never have thought we'd get these warm temps here. Other than the few times we've been able to go out Aurora Hunting, we've been overdressed. All the planning for gear! Dang!

After coffee, a walk on the ground, and a brief shopping stop, ...

The Kindness of New Friends. Thanks for the tour!

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... permafrost. Once thawed it can turn to liquid and can act like quicksand. So the radiators reflect the heat up. The oil is also cooled but not to the extent it will coagulate and clog the pipe.

The Pipeline was built between 1974 and 1977 and spans 800 miles from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez. It's 48" in diameter with 12 pumping stations keeping the oil flowing. It takes approximately 11.9 days from the first ...

It's 7:00 AM. Do You know Where Your Aurora Are?

A travel blog entry by dixiej


... moving and bring us clear skies.

We're sitting tight to see what the day brings. We're having dinner tonight with Debbie, Dave, and Debbie from up the road. Halibut, fresh cole slaw and baked potatoes. Things could be worse. We could be staying in town at the hotel we stayed at last year. (Kim says it really wasn't that bad. Hmmm) Instead we're in a beautiful place and have lots of time for the weather to cooperate and the stars ...

From Fairbanks & back

A travel blog entry by mmcc


... took about an hour , to the end of the road! Had a lovely walk around the park, walking stick got first outing, then visited the Amazing Ice Palace. Sculptures are incredible &enjoyed our appletini at the bar, warmed us up! Spa Water very hot, I 'took the waters' 3 times & Mick twice,2nd day there, Mick happily catching & releasing 3 grayling. Interesting place, today we had a tour by the owner who ...



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