Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
... to harness their dogs and get to the start line. Because these are sprint races the dogs are bred and trained differently than they would be for an endurance race like the Iditarod. They are mostly German Shorthairs and other faster breeds crossed with huskies to help them with hardiness. All I can say is that these dogs love to run. They would be mellow dogs until you got near them with a harness or sled and ...
... we realized power was out on the entire road. But just before our turn, highway lights came back to life and we knew we were ok.
We noticed clearing skies and stars on our way to dinner and were excited for our first venture out aurora hunting. When we returned and were able to access data by hooking into the lodge wifi, we learned the stats weren't that great, but usually it doesn't take much in Fairbanks. So we began the gearing up process ...
... fur hat i have ever seen. (It should be a good indication of how disillusioned he is, if even Lady Gaga wouldn't wear this...) The whole thing was flapping about on his head like a scared cat. Underneath this you could just make out a baseball cap. (Such a big "WHAT IS GOING ON?!" expression on my face now...). The best part about all this was that he looked very confident in his being and clearly misinterpreted the suppressed smiles he was getting from everyone. All ...
... in the heart of Alaska which supports the rest of the small towns around it near and far regionally for key supplies.
Our morning starts on the refurbished Discovery 111 Stern Wheel Riverboat once used for the gold rush of 1898 to move supplies from the coast via the Tanana and Yukon Rivers; with a coffee and blueberry doughnut, as we travel along the Chena River.
We saw a bush floatplane ...
... 2-story roadhouse) that he described and pictures of Rika herself! It is located on the old Valdez-Fairbanks trail where it crosses the Tanana River, so we’re reasonably certain that James Harris and his sons passed there and, possibly, stayed at Rika's Roadhouse.
The next morning, Randy and I had another pleasant breakfast (avocado omelet). As it has been each day, all of the guests sit around the original dining table where we are served on nice ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting