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... like , there must have been around 25 or so, there is a Fort Wainwright or something in Fairbanks.
We passed by a huge US airbase, but got no pictures there or we could have been shot.
Eventually we landed in Fairbanks and with Kaffs excellent directions we got to the campground by 1900 but alas the office was shut...Thanks to a kindly gentleman he told us to just grab a space and pay tomorrow which we did. We even found the Wifi...Great stop I say ...
... back to civilization when he was 85 years old. I found this film to be fascinating and hope to get a copy by mail when I get home. I believe it was the same day, that we went to the Opera at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Neither of us had ever been to an Opera and the Fairbanks Summer Arts festival happened to be in progress. In Denali National Park, we had attended a symphony and were given a two for one coupon for any performance in Fairbanks. We ...
... ecosystem. The pipe lays on Teflon sliders to allow it to shift with earth movement and earthquakes. The pipe at the visitor’s site is polished; the rest of the pipeline has patina from age.
Looking forward to a great adventure.
PS - Re the title of the blog. When I started this blog years ago, our travels were in our motor home. This trip was not in our motor home (so ignore the title picture).
... caked bikes somewhat clean. I put my riding jacket and rain pants into the clips made to hold car floor-mats, and blast them with high-pressure, soapy water. I spend $15 cleaning Gorda and my gear. This is the last independent act we will do for the next three weeks.
As soon as we shower, we get a call that Carolyn and Tammy have arrived at Fairbanks and are in a taxi headed in our direction. The complete ...
... rain and temp in the ...