Fairbanks Downtown Bed & Breakfast
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... take the next flight by luring them with $400. Five people must have agreed to fly later, though I wondered what they would do if no one wanted to be bumped. This plane was much larger than the one from Eugene. Since our home airport is so small only commuter size planes, typically holding about forty people, fly in and out. The plane from Seattle held about three hundred people. And, it was very full for our three and half hour flight.
We were quite ...
... Target. We then had dinner and came back to the cabin. It is raining here tonight and supposed to be pretty cold and windy, so no chance to see the Northern Lights tonight. We are going to enjoy the cabin and play some cards.
We are really having a great time. I have laughed so much my stomach is sore. We have seen some great sights and just enjoying spending time with each other.
... caribou skin ...
... not work the risk to my equipment. Our time here in Alaska is almost over. Tomorrow I think we will go to some of the Cultural events and the Native Arts fair. Not a lot else planned. Mary Shields e-mailed Scott and very graciously offered us some Caribou Sausage so we picked that up yesterday. I think a dinner of Spaghetti with Caribou meat sauce will be a fitting farewell. Until tomorrow.....love to all. ...
... It's too cold to turn the heating off every time. I wasn't complaining today, Alaska was giving me a goodbye present of about -37°C. (That's almost double then what the usual household freezer is set at.)
The rest of the day was spent having lunch and doing errands. I didn't have anything else to do so i didn't mind tagging along. After a fun day i checked in to my hotel near the airport and settled down for the night. ...