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... It still took over two years to prepare the way for the eventual water pipeline. Much of the success of the Trans Alaska Oil Pipeline is due to lessons learned on this construction project.
So on we went to the gold panning area. We were each given a "poke" and received instructions during the train ride here how to work the pan. Plenty of workers were around to assist. See pics for more ...
After leaving the park we went to visit a geocacher who had a travel bug, which Fred had found before we left, that he wanted to be returned to Alaska. So we hand delivered his travel bug to him and had a nice visit with him and his wife.
From there it was off to Pioneer Park for the Salmon Bake. We took a little time to walk around the park before enjoying the salmon and prime rib.
Tomorrow we move on to Denali.
... place, with the possible exception of Texas. And one doesn't need a license to buy one either but you do need to show ID if you buy a beer, even if you are 59 !!
We still had our rental car for the rest of the day so visited a few interesting places in Fairbanks including Pioneer Park with several museums depicting the history of Alaska.
Ended off a fine day with a meal at the Pike's Landing Pub & Restaurant right next to our hotel at Pike's Waterfront Lodge.
... on activity. Was it our green or her green? These people are so spoiled! But I get it. After some of our experiences here, activity at home loses its luster. But for Deena it's a work night. So I guess there's a trade off for that activity! At least when we're here, this is all we have to do.
The Chatanika Lodge is a very interesting place. It's a motel with tiny rooms with a shared woman and a ...
... BMW bike dealership. I loved their flower planters of used parts and trash cans. Bud got a couple of t-shirts since it is the most northern Harley shop in North America. We stopped by Walmart on the way back to camp, and the liquor store. Hot dogs and mac 'n' cheese for dinner. TV and then bed. It was nice to have a day to rest and get things reorganized. ...