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... the steam locomotive runs on special occasions and a modern gasoline engine powers a daily driver…
There is a little for everyone here… don’t miss this when you’re in Fairbanks… In the park is a great museum that has some diorama’s of a gold dredge… And those surface mining as well as ...
... So not a spectacular leg but one well worth doing as part of the journey.
Lunch on the roadside from our snack box.
Arriving in Deadhorse we had to hunt out a gas dispensor. Found the NANA Services one - 24/7 but by card only (not manned). Reportedly there is a second dispenser closer to the Aurora Hotel. Next came photos outside the General Store and in front of the well known sign. Buffet dinner at the Aurora Hotel (great buffet!) and then off to ...
... the Unveristy of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) botanical garden - pretty amazing what can grow in cold and dark (during the winter months) climate.
After returning mom to the RV (too cold and rainy), dad and I toured the very nice UAF Museum of the North.
After a quick dinner in, all of us (minus mom), attended the World Eskimo and Indian Olympics (WEIO)! Not many people can say they have been to WEIO. I included the agenda in the pictures. The events are ...
July 7th, On the road
We head out about 8:30, back on 1 which will take us to the border were it turns into Highway 2, a distance of about 20 miles. The road is good for the most part. In about a half hour we have to slow down to almost a stop to avoid hitting a mother moose and her calf. Sue tried to get a picture but the dash cam should have captured it.
We hit a rest stop immediately ...
Visited this in the afternoon - drove our way over to the site after having lunch. Caught a steam train around the site (listened to a music entertainer called Earl before the train took off) and panned for some gold. Got to see some of the old equipment that was used for mining gold during the gold rush periods up here as well as seeing ...