Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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... seemed more interested in their dinner than in making them become dinner! Off we continued. We stopped to refuel at probably the most expensive place to stop ($4.03/gallon) but the man working there was super sweet and it was worth every penny! Continuing on and... More moose! This time a mom and just one little one, making our total count of moose for the day at 8 and I couldn't be happier! There is a bit of road construction during the summer in Alaska, as you ...
... of the same family… The elder is now gone… but the ship ran by Mary Brinkley’s (the original Mrs.) house and she was out to wave at the group of us in the river boat as we passed by…
The Brinkley Family started by using a small paddle wheel river boat and now have progressed over the years to the Discovery II and the Discovery III… We were on the Discovery II today… and like all the other trips in the past… ...
... wins hands down as the heaves are reduced to mere bumps in the road.
The main attraction along this section of roadway is Delta Junction. This town is the northern terminus of the Alaska Highway. We stop at the visitors center to soak in the history. Across the street is another marker of history, the Sullivan Roadhouse.
We drive through muskeg country for some time. Signs on the road state that we are in moose, elk, ...
... purchasing some sausage… Reindeer (Caribou), Musk Ox... we tried the samples and they were great… So we bought some to take home and share…
The Mile Post
I need to stop here and finally mention our guide… On each of our trips to Alaska we’ve used a guide that’s published yearly… it’s called the Mile Post… it gives mileage from location to location both directions… on all the major highways ...
... a trip to a hardware store so off we go to North Pole (not "The" North Pole) to locate a store.
While in North Pole we shopped at a Safeway grocery store. I bought some Chuck Steak, Sausage with Reindeer added and fresh Sockeye Salmon. We will have the Salmon tonight. After consulting with Chef Luke, I will pan fry it and serve it over a bed of rice laced with vegetables. Our Navy veteran Dawn next door is ...