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... day. I think my neck grew an extra 3 inches from drooping ! We saw another Grizzy with two cubs on the way back and a Golden Eagle as well as some Big Horn sheep or Dall sheep as I have been told ... It also rained half the way home thankfully it had stopped by the time we got back and we didnt get wet walking back to the camper.
Last night in the wilderness of Denali and hopefully we will have power and wifi in Anchorage tomorrow.
... We had sprayed all our other clothing with Permethrin (bug repellant), but we were still wearing our travel clothes, which were not sprayed. At least I had mosquito repellant in my back pack.
The pipeline was fascinating. It was constructed with zig-zag pattern to allow for expansion due to the heat from the oil. Because of the heat, much of the pipeline is above the earth to prevent destruction of the ...
... family: Verdana; font-size: 14px; line-height: normal;">Both Vinny and me are in great shape as we plod along. Next step is the Denali National Forest amd climb Mt. McKinley. Just kidding. I spokr to Scott Spector a week or so ago while in Jackson Hole city.
... these facilities are new and nice.
Then we drove to Fairbanks; the northern section of the Parks Highway is not spectacular.
Upon arrival in Fairbanks, we visited Fairbanks' Pioneer Park- a free village of actual log cabins, old homes, theater, and river stern-wheeler... very well done. And went to the old Palace Theater for very well done, funny "review" performance all ...
... the mass amount of rain. ...