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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
... a monument to the cooperative activities of Americans and Russians in Alaska during WW2 (much more extensive than I'd realized).
The highlight of my time in Fairbanks was a chance meeting with a man who turns out to be our 2nd cousin (his father, also Jim Moody was the nephew of Daphne Moody Harris, wife of our great uncle Reed Harris). One of my fellow guests at the Alaska Heritage House and I were chatting about the reasons for my ...
... excitement every year is betting on when the ice will break up in Spring. I kid you not, in fact in 2011 the "pot" held a whopping $338,000! That's an awful lot of $2.50 guesses!
Still, Julia & Jeff did their bit by buying some things at the tourist office here. Julia finally caved and bought one of those Ulu knives for her Mamma and Jeff bought a fleece lined waterproof jacket that looks like he's auditioning for "I know what you did last ...
... this is where the tailgate dance starts, and we had quite a few of those today.
The good news it's not raining and our focus is on the road. We make good progress as we proceed and feel like the bad ass cowboys until we see the bycyclist in a wheel chair bicycle operated with his arms. Warren and his partner Veronica are from Colorado and they flew to Fairbanks, where they got a ride to the Arctic Circle and now riding back on their bicycles. The make about ...
My Mom and Dad flew to Anchorage, AK and then took the train to Denali and then on to Fairbanks. They bought the Goldstar service which has a special car that has an open air platform as well as assigned seats in an observation car. Gemma and Grandpa drove back to Denali to put me on the train there. (They hadn't told me that I ...
... face from frostbite.
After the interjection of the white man to this area, the tribe gave up its nomadic life, and the type of cabin they had was included in this introduction to Athabascan life. They became more stationary, not moving with the seasons and food sources.
We were shown a "chief's" parka, a squaw's beautiful dress, and a Chief's "jacket?"--vey elaborate.
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