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... to walk through all of the decorated trees with ornaments from China and Taiwan begging to be bought at ridiculous prices. There were a few locally made items but I was not going to pay $35 for a fragile glass ornament and try to transport it 7,000 miles without getting smashed. They were beautiful though. Buddy enjoyed the 'we make your fudge while you wait' counter and Santa's throne. The throne, which he sat in, eating fudge, drinking a coke, ...
... 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. ...
... folks. BTW people in Fairbanks really like living here despite the extremes in weather. They cancel meetings when it gets to 30 degrees below zero.
FUN FACTS FOR GKIDDOS
-Fairbanks is a desert 10 months of the year
-Fairbanks has the widest temperature range of any North American city from -66 to 99!
-Their snow fall ...
... being. I swear I felt better than I had in weeks. Even with an average of 3 hours of sleep per night! Damn webcams!
I read an article earlier in the day that they were going to send a sounding rocket into a ribbon aurora to study it somewhere between the 24th and Feb 6th. We were poised in a perfect spot to get that image. I did get an image of what appeared to be a tracer flare. But no go on the rocket. We ...
... go down and take out the power lines on their road. Although only one house was affected with no power, the live wire laid across the road making it impassable. For several days! Since there was only 1 house without power and there were thousands of homes dark, they weren't a priority. After several days, Debbie's husband Dave actually cut a new road in to circumvent the downed power line and allow them to go for supplies.
So as we neared ...
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