Beaver Lake Resort
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... class Walmart) and picked up a rotisserie chicken and some fresh Bean and Kale Salad to bring back to Sven's Hostel (we were feeling guilty about the Taco Bell earlier). It was really good. We shared some with another guy that arrived today on a Suzuki DR650 that had come up from Seattle named Joe. We swapped some stories and then went to bed. Still kind of recovering from the previous 4 days.
... the train and then we panned for gold. We were given our "poke" and shown how to use the pan & combined we collected $23 worth of gold which we then put into a locket that cost $29. Ya ya, I know what you are saying . . . From Gold Dredge #8 we went on a river cruise featuring the "Discovery III" a paddle wheeler. Again, a highly recommended tour. We saw many beautiful homes on the river bank and stopped at an Iditarod mushers (Female rookie of the ...
So not a fan of the trappings of "Christmas," but it was really hard to be my "ba humbug" self in this silly, kitschy, happy place.
Hot coffee, Christmas tunes, Fun things to look at...and yes...Santa was there....
If you are so inclined, you can get personalized letters from Santa here:
... the two foot kick, which the man or woman has to hit this ball with their feet together and land on their feet with their feet hitting the ground at the same time. The men’s winner was able to kick 8’5” and the winner of the women’s even was 6’4”. This is to simulated the signal given by a signal person when a whale hunting group came in and needed the villagers to come help or to celebrate. The last event, and the one we ...
... by boiling the bears head.
Onwards with our journey we got to within about 30 miles of Fairbanks and hit upon this extensive wildfire burning across the forest. It was right up to where we were riding, the smoke was chocking and the sun was blotted out to an orange ball. Wildfires are common in these parts and most are started by lightning and are left ...