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... we get 10% off if we schedule through the Base ITT) but stopped at Heritage Park which is on the way. They have several airplanes on display that had served here at Eielson before they were retired. See pics below.
... interesting fact, well, to me, is that there is only one road in Alaska that actually transverses the Yukon River and that's the Dalton Highway, the haul road to Prudhoe Bay. That's a bridge I still hope to visit some day.
Twelvemile summit got it's name from early prospectors that believed the peak was this distance from a group of mining claims on Birch Creek. This is at milepost 140.9. Makes no sense. ...
... few details about the place. First stop was the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Centre. Interesting, but the best part was they had a heap of brochures for our next few stops and a map of Alaska that I had been chasing. Actually, the antler arch was the best bit.
We then left town and went to the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. This was quite interesting and it explains why petrol is so expensive. This pipeline goes for 800 miles from Prudhoe Bay ...
... service got us to our destination quickly.
We didn't expect much but were pleasantly surprised. The park has a number of mini museums. They are incorporated into some original Fairbanks homes (mostly one room log cabins) moved to the site from downtown after a flood in the 1990s. There is also an old riverboat that was made into a museum. The dioramas were spectacular. There were some depicting towns in central Alaska and ...
... days with trees everyplace and lots of very straight roads. Some sections were so long and straight you could not see if it ever made a turn for miles. Tomorrows plan is for a quick 150 mile dash up to the Arctic Circle on the Dalton Highway, or we will head South to Denali National Park and then Anchorage.