Nordic Pines Resort & Family Campground
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... trying to cure their hangovers. After we ate, we explored a little before getting back in the car and heading towards Minneapolis, Minnesota - a 4 hour drive. The first 2 hours went by without a problem. The playlist featured Doomtree (an Indie Hip Hop group based in Minneapolis), Bob Dylan, and Prince. Everything seemed good to go. We had a full tank of gas and had just stopped to stretch and use the restroom. ...
... The tour boats were crazy. They definitely strove to provide an element of thrill for their passengers. They did a high-speed donut in the river in front of us. It made for some nice waves to make the kids feel like they were at the ocean for a spell.
We headed West from here and stopped for lunch at the Log Cabin Deli and Cheese Shop. It was a beautiful store with awesome subs made from local meats and cheeses. Mom got ...
... blowing bubbles on everyone. I'm guessing that the increase in the number of children seated around the track had something to do with that.
From here we headed out in hopes of finding a trail where we could hike to the gorge and view the canyon before the thunderstorms let loose. Unfortunately, we were not able to beat the storms so we returned to the hotel.
We didn't put many miles on today but we definitely fed the fun meter for this ...
... wonder if we would have a middle of the night emergency. We sort of
did. The carbon monoxide monitor kept going off. We had no gas on and
sometimes cleaning products and aftershave etc... can set it off. This
was midnight though so we checked all the gas and couldn't find
anything. It went off every 2 minutes so we cracked open the windows
(rain had stopped by now) and disconnected it and prayed we'd ...
... continuing to Tanacross. now Tanana Crossing, gold prospectors soon gathered building mines, dredges etc. James Wickersham was a judge for the Third Judicial District and encouraged naming Fairbanks after Charles W. Fairbanks, a Republican Senator from Indiana. The court was eventually moved from Eagle to Fairbanks. Wickersham Dome is also an Aurora viewing area outside the city,
Ladd Army Airfield was built in 1939 and later ...