Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the sun poked out through the thunder clouds.
It was a three-hour tour, and all I could do on the way there was to mind sing the theme song to "Gilligan's Island." (If you do not get why that is funny, you are too young...so never mind.)
Ugh... hoards of people disembarking their tour buses did not bode well.
Oh...but once on board and in a third deck window seat, ...
... may see him again as I doubt he will get to Anchorage before us.
We determine the 5 star cache is hidden inside a 9 ft. sign pole along a bike path. We just happen to have both bikes on the back of the Element. So we disconnect one and I stand on it, seat and handle bars, to reach and recover the small bison tube inside the square steel sign post. Several people go by on bikes and cars and I wonder what they ...
... 8230; the state of Alaska… Alaska Fish & Wildlife bought the property and turned it into a wildlife refuge for migratory birds… in the spring… families come out and help spread wheat, barley, and other grains onto the fields for the flocks of birds that will than show up and spend some time during their flight… in addition this time of year the refuge has a good stock of Sandhill Cranes… we’ve written about the ...
... The best part of evening was the melodrama. Neither of us had been to a melodrama in years, and it was full of alaskan humor and laughs.See how much you can do when the day is 20 hours long :)
We decided to stay an extra day to enjoy the warm drier air, hoping we could kick the colds. We do think it helped. Again, between naps we attended the Eskimo Olympics. We both love native American history and art and go to Pow Wow’s, and when allowed to dances, ...
... I slept for about 4 hours, as I had woken at 0240 that morning and hadn't been able to go back to sleep; also the hectic pace of these tours takes its toll. Thursday Have done washing. Will probably take shuttle into town. Had a quick look at visitors' centre the other day, and the displays are worth a proper look, so will go back. On shuttle at 0430 tomorrow morning to airport. Flying out at 0630 to Seattle and then a couple of hours' wait and the a flight to San ...