Fairbanks Downtown Bed & Breakfast
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... is such a diversity of cultures in the area. We experienced a little by two young Athabascan descendants telling of their early history. Included several photos. Our last meal in Alaska. The entry was into now an unused Goldmine, but very tastefully organised into a SALMON BAKE. One price, for meal, soft drink and sweets. Meat all cooked on large Barbeque. Time to pack bags again. Outside doors at 6am.......catch train at 7 pm. Bound for ...
We headed for the Fred Meyer store.
We don't have these stores in Wisconsin near me. One side is a rockin' grocery store and the other a smaller Walmart type store. They also have Starbucks and a nice electronics area as well as Fred Meyer's Jewelry. Who knew? We went to the electronics section and after comparing the phones, decided on an AT&T Android Trac phone. 2 Gig of data with unlimited talk ...
The day came that i was catching the shuttle back to Fairbanks. It was basically a nice lady that combines a shuttle service with doing errands for people that don't have time for the 2 hour drive to the city. She leaves in the late morning and is back by 5pm. I was to catch it in front of the local 'huge' supermarket. Ahem... this might be America but that analogy was a bit misplaced, although I'm quite sure it was ...
... a monument to the cooperative activities of Americans and Russians in Alaska during WW2 (much more extensive than I'd realized).
The highlight of my time in Fairbanks was a chance meeting with a man who turns out to be our 2nd cousin (his father, also Jim Moody was the nephew of Daphne Moody Harris, wife of our great uncle Reed Harris). One of my fellow guests at the Alaska Heritage House and I were chatting about the reasons for my ...
encountered some hot weather in interior Alaska: 80s in Fairbanks
(Anchorage and Seattle were quite a bit cooler). In Denali ...