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... the loads require 3 trucks to push. These also have a safety car in front and behind.. Its a very tight community of drivers. They all help each other out even sharing spare wheels. Wonderful to see and hear them all. The drivers have names for all the hills and tight bends and as they were calling them last night it bought back the TV series to mind. There are 2 female drivers and they have pink trucks, very funny I thought. We spent about 8 bone crunching hours driving back ...
... thinking how cold it was. She didn’t get out much to experience the freshness. The Top of the World Highway definitely lives up to its’ name as it seems to follow the tops of the mountains without going down much at all. It is mainly dirt. When we hit the US Border there was a very smooth bitumen road and we thought that it was great to be in the US. It didn’t last long as it soon turned into a narrow dirt track. The road was very busy which was very odd for a ...
... folks and bought some strawberry/rhubarb jam and wild strawberries.
It was suggested that a stop at the Knotty Gift Shop 171 miles up the road would be a fun spot and it was! A very uniquely built structure outside with lots of unique inventory inside, we also enjoyed our free ice cream cone.
Around mile 188, we reached North Pole, Alaska. The streets in the city are all names of Christmas and Santa Claus. Even ...
... in March every year. On the Riverboat Discovery cruise we met David Monson. He was a winner of the Yukon Quest. He married Susan Butcher who won the Iditarod 4 times! Before Susan passed away in 2008 from leukemia, she wrote a children's book about Granite, her sled lead dog. David signed a copy of it for us.
In the afternoon, we took a coach to our next hotel. It was a 3 hour ride. Again, pleasantly surprised, our hotel here is beautiful. ...
... On the way we notice ...