Minnie Street Bed and Breakfast
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Today we are off to see the Polar Bears. Well, we took off in rainy cloudy weather and saw very little until we crossed the Brooks ranges heading north. Unable to land at Deadhorse to refuel so diverted south again to Beddles to fuel up. No go..Deadhorse and Kaktovik both remained closed due to poor visibility. So very disappointed. No option but to return to Fairbanks. Flew all around north Alaska and saw mostly the tops of ...
... to a nearby Denny's which ended up being the most northern Denny's in the World. Kevin and I were both starved so we ordered the make your own burger and loaded it with everything we could. They were massive and tasty.
We decided that we needed 1 day to prepare for Haul Road as this next segments will be the most difficult of our journey and we need to fix small things like headlamps and make some more adjustments to our bikes and gear.
... with period pieces… If you’re in Fairbanks the Cultural Center is a place you will want to spend some time!
So we’ve been in town for 3 days… really haven’t seen much of Mike & Jill… they’ve been doing their own thing… so we decided to have lunch together and catch up on ...
... for the car. It is worth noting that most all of the retail stores and businesses have designated areas that have electrical outlets for their employes to use so they can plug in their cars during the winter months. Walmart must have had 30 such stations in the back of the parking lot.
We drive to a nearby car wash for a quick wash then to an RV repair for the generator solenoid and step actuator lever ...
... 8230; the state of Alaska… Alaska Fish & Wildlife bought the property and turned it into a wildlife refuge for migratory birds… in the spring… families come out and help spread wheat, barley, and other grains onto the fields for the flocks of birds that will than show up and spend some time during their flight… in addition this time of year the refuge has a good stock of Sandhill Cranes… we’ve written about the ...