Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... dirt to beautiful new bitumen and we said to our selves that the Americans knew how to do a road ! 4 miles from the crossing was the so called town of Boundary..We were not to sure if anyone lived there or not but maybe it used to be a town. We stopped for a few photos. Back onto the lovely road for another couple of miles and BANG ! We were back on dirt and we rattled the **** out of old Rocky we had cupboard doors swinging open, bone jarring ...
... better days !
Day 40 (Thursday): Up early for our complimentary tour which took us out to Gold Dredge 8 and the Aleyeska (oil) Pipeline which runs 800 miles from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez and generates around 90% of the country's revenue ! Nice talk and train ride up to the old dredging site where they give you a bag of 'pay dirt' to sluice around and keep the profits ... we managed a whopping $16 in gold nuggets but some managed up to $54 which you could get transferred ...
... there he goes. ...
... came out and they did dances which were kind of a mix of celtic steps and line dance moves. Enjoyed the other exhibits in the cultural centre which was very comprehensive, though we were starting to revisit story themes from the gold rush and Mt McKinley areas that we have already heard, and had got to know.
The rain had eased off so we headed outside and walked along the river to the centre of town, passing an arch made up of moose and caribou antlers, each one inscribed with ...
After another night of continuous light rain and seeking some warm, I met the challenging of relighting the fire with wet wood. As the rain slowly abated I was treated with a beautiful morning by the lake, I heard from John and Carey that they would arrive at the lake just after lunch. I headed back to the Chene River Resort to have lunch and coffee whilst taking the opportunity to use the balance of my internet access that ...