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... a Rivers Edge about noon. Our 3 friends who had a flight home went off to do some shopping at the local Harley Davidson shop. When they returned we all met for lunch on the outside deck of the hotel's restaurant.
After drinks we said goodbye to Karen, Carrie and Michelle, then after dinner we said goodbye to Steve and Kelly who left early on Tuesday.
It iwas starting to feel like vacation is winding ...
... are included in the display. The Athabascan (and other Alaskan tribes) arts of bead work, basket weaving and carving of ivory are beautifully showcased. We viewed short movies on the aurora and living through winters in Alaska. Tools of hunting, fossils and gold nuggets each had exhibits. Upstairs in the museum all sorts of art about Alaska and by Alaskans is, again, beautifully displayed.
We left the museum for the ...
Even though Fairbanks is fairly small, it had a very nice downtown. They have a wonderful Visitor and Cultural Center along with many exhibits along the Chena River. The Antler Archway and the WWII Memorial was very neat. We also went into the Yukon Quest building. It is the home of the 1000 mile dogsled competition from Fairbanks to Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada. It is ...
After flying to Barrow, we only had one day to see Fairbanks, stock up for the next part of our journey and pick up the dogs.
Driving down the road, we saw a "dog team crossing" sign. You don't see many of those signs down in the lower 48.
Started the day at our favorite place, the GMC repair shop. They took off the grill, bumper and replaced the headlight bulb. We are sure this is a shared opinion, it is ridiculous to have ...
... he finds a shop that ...