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... building of the pipeline, Now it supports the truckers and the tourists and the hunters.
ColdFoot is located halfway along the Iceroad 240 miles from Prudoe Bay where the Pipeline starts and 240 miles from Fairbanks. It is half bitumen and half dirt. The Alaskan Government call it a Hwy because the National Government maintains Highways...The National Government dont class it a Hwy and that way they dont have to maintain it. To lay new bitumen costs around 33 million ...
... this quick trip. The ferry runs all night and only holds a few cars. Jenny was in a panic as she was the one who had to drive the "turtle truck" onto the ferry. It turned out she was worried for nothing a she drove straight on and there was plenty of room. The ferry has to go at an angle into the shore as the river is so strong. The other ferries we have caught have gone straight across.
Once again we were treated with autumn colours all over the mountains. There was a ...
... communities of all sizes. Median age is 28. Population: 33,000. Fairbanks is the starting point for the Yukon Quest, a 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race that takes place every February.
Hamburgers at Soapy's (a run down diner) were $18! I had a King Crab Burger for $22.
Wednesday morning we went on the Riverboat Discovery cruise. It was really fun. We saw a bush pilot take off and land several times on the river. He explained that due ...
... history of Fairbanks- fun.
FUN FACTS FOR THE GKIDDOS
-We bought Alaska for 2 cents an acre from the Russians
-The coastline of Alaska is longer than the combined continental US
-Alaska is 51 miles from Russia
-Sun sets here 12:30 am and rises 3:15 am
-They are now losing 7 min a day
-Alaska is larger than Texas California and Montana combined
... we double up on my ...