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... and we decided to see if we could fix it before it stripped out completely. Unfortunately there was nothing around to prop the bike up on so I lifted the front rocking the bike onto the side kick and rear tire floating the front tire off the ground with Kevin feverishly worked to get the front tire off and the speedo cam back on correctly.
However Kevin was struggling with the cam to get it to engage correctly and noticed that the ...
We met up with Megan, Robert & kids on the first wet morning for over a week - but they didn't mind too much, having just arrived from a severe drought in California. Fortunately the rain didn't last and then we had several lovely fine days to enjoy the spectacular scenery here: views of Portage Glacier from a cruise on Portage Lake, a walk to Exit Glacier, ...
There are also lots of access roads to trails, rivers or creeks where you can put a boat in. The highway goes right through the Chena River State Recreation Area. Some trails are designated for hikers, others for 4-wheelers. Some have campsites and restroom facilities. A great area for sportsman or outdoors type people. It is probably just as ...
... where the Discovery III has a much larger CAT Diesel and powers a very large hydraulic pump… And on each side of the paddle wheel is a hydraulic motor the size of a 5 gallon bucket and chain drive to turn the paddle wheel… both have simple rudder controls… But as I looked on the hull I noticed a hydraulic ram and motor just above the water line… SEE PHOTO… I thought that maybe these were hull thrusters to allow the boat to move ...
... t happen. What did happen was nearly as good. The town turned into a tourist destination overnight.
Fairbanks, a city of 32,000 souls is the second largest city in Alaska, Anchorage being the largest. It is the northernmost Metropolitan Statistical Area in the United States lying less than 120 miles south of the Arctic Circle. We have traveled over 200 miles in just over four and a half hours- including stops to reach ...