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... to Coldfoot. The place was full and they took 3 planes containing 9 people in each plane. There was 3 different tours. Our journey took us over 2 mountain ranges and 2 Valleys and we pretty much followed the Oil Pipeline & the Dalton Highway all the way to Coldfoot. I think Coldfoot has a grand total of 42 people living there and they are open all year round. They have a hotel @$200 per night and its made from like trailers (The Caravan type, like mining camp use, ...
... Klondike. They have permafrost here so most of the streets are still dirt roads with boardwalks. Most of the buildings are original with minor updates. We went to Diamond Tooth Gertie's to watch the can-can show. The town is almost a living history museum and many residents dress in period clothing.
July 27th we headed to the ferry to have our rigs ferried across the Yukon River. They could take three of us at a time... ...
... folks and bought some strawberry/rhubarb jam and wild strawberries.
It was suggested that a stop at the Knotty Gift Shop 171 miles up the road would be a fun spot and it was! A very uniquely built structure outside with lots of unique inventory inside, we also enjoyed our free ice cream cone.
Around mile 188, we reached North Pole, Alaska. The streets in the city are all names of Christmas and Santa Claus. Even ...
... communities of all sizes. Median age is 28. Population: 33,000. Fairbanks is the starting point for the Yukon Quest, a 1,000 Mile Sled Dog Race that takes place every February.
Hamburgers at Soapy's (a run down diner) were $18! I had a King Crab Burger for $22.
Wednesday morning we went on the Riverboat Discovery cruise. It was really fun. We saw a bush pilot take off and land several times on the river. He explained that due ...
... and head to the ...