Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska
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Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
... the seeds of the berries he was consuming for nutrition. An interesting fact on our journey we noticed that all the high voltage power poles are pointed at the bottom, they are actually supported underground by a concreted cylinder, the pointed end allows for movement of the poles and lines during the contraction and expansion of the winter/spring months. We probably will not see the Northern Lights, which is disappointing. But I was not aware ...
... some lovely homes along the river's edge as well as simple cabins, several had boats moored up & a few had seaplanes.
Before long we stopped to see a 'native' village & from the boat saw a native girl filleting a salmon & hanging it up on the drying rack. She also had a microphone & explained what she was doing> When we disembarked we had a guided tour round an Athabascan style Indian village ...
... post, a souvenir shop, which is our final stop for the day. It's very rustic and run by an lady named Nancy. The shop is there since the eighties and she lives their for 40+ years. She is doing her journal entries in an accounting book, no computer and record her sales. She looks over her glasses and gives us a big smile. Her voice is full of life and so are her green eyes. Her shop is open until midnight hoping the last bus arriving at 11:30pm might bring ...
... we could see the Front Range.
When we were just outside North Pole, AK, I saw some interesting cloud formations. I was just about to call them to Torston’s and Bob’s attention when I realized that it wasn’t an ordinary cloud; it was smoke from a huge fire. It seems that despite the fire restrictions by the State (no burn policy, etc.) the US Military ...
... walked the town's downtown. Fairbanks is very old school with tiny store fronts of sporting goods, eateries, and parking lots where people must plug into their cars engines in order to keep them warm and running during the arctic winter. Old steam vents dotted the sidewalks. These were painted over by local artists in interesting designs.
We took a shuttle to our Princess Lodge in Fairbanks. It was rustic ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting