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... inches with ~16K miles. His also required a bit more mechanical work as he earlier fixed a stripped / broken oil plug, fairing cracks and missing / bent bolts. Like me, these bikes have seen some abuse over the years but still got plenty of juice left. I am replacing the ammo cans with some used Pelican 1600 cases while Kevin worked on a phone mount for his. We noticed my right heated grip had a broken wire so we will attempt to fix ...
Our second day in Ak we motored to the Alaska Botanical Gardens. Here we enjoyed walking some of the trails in this 110 acres facility a vision in the 1980's that became a reality in the 1990's. Dependent on volunteerism and the financial support of many donors, it appears to be thriving. We arrived on the day of a huge Fund Raising Gala. The place ...
The Alaska State Fair Facebook Page has a video (click here) of the last 2:15 of the fireworks show.
July 21, 2014. Truck - 65,791; Trip - 5,781
After a final parade of the Talkeetna shops, we bade Greg a goodbye and took off in the early afternoon for Palmer, Alaska and points south. The Milepost book recommended a side highway called Hatcher Pass.
Huge rounded hills covered in what looked like many shades of green velvet, deep but soft, so soft, green gorges and gulches with cold white water filling their channels...channels ...
... trip went smoothly with yet another knowledgeable driver
We arrived in Talkeetna.. was more like an old hippie commune than a town..
It went and bought me an ice cream straight off...
I think the town exists on the tourists arriving to get the train to Anchorage..
Even the rail depot had no building or ...