Tanana Loop Country Inn
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... cleared around midnight and shortly after we saw our first beam of lights. We took a few shots from the filed but the aurora never really got going. At east we could say we weren't aced. Tracey came equipped with finger lights and we passed the time with light painting.
We made our way back to the Garden B & B for a few hours sleep before heading back to Fairbanks. We're heading back to our favorite place, A Taste of Alaska.
... slopes of Polychrome Mountains above the braided Toklat River we were particularly impressed by the view into the abyss from the left hand side of the bus as we crossed Polychrome Pass.
We saw several bears, caribou and moose, as well as a marmot and an arctic fox and a ground squirrel with attitude, but many of them were ...
One morning, lying in bed, i could hear the wind howling outside. I turned over for an extra 5 minutes in bed, because i knew that wind was going to be a cold one. Low and behold, even the dogs stayed in their houses 'till the last minute. During my poop scooping i had a little ice hockey match with Pops before lunch. I set my bucket down and while my back was turned he picked a piece of dog poop out. After a 5 minute ...
The next few days kept the same sort of rhythm so i won't go day by day, but rather pour it all into series of events.
I practiced all the names of the dogs, which was going alright thanks to T.'s patience and the chart he made for me. I got to know my favorites in no time of course (Bold Ruler, Bobby J, Trooper, Lightening, Sparkle,...), and our house dogs Polar and Naked. I loved LOVED all the fun names! Though outsiders could be misled in conversations... A ...
7th of December
I woke up at 6:30 again, entangled in my blankets. As i felt the effects of our good stove, i threw them off and quickly went to the bathroom. That way i would welcome the cold air, rather than dread it. After a little more snoozing, breakfast and getting dressed, it was time for some poop scooping. All was quiet when i stepped outside. The crunch of the snow beneath my bunny boots and the cold rush around my face were the only things ...