BEST WESTERN PLUS Chena River Lodge
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For three weeks and over 4,000 miles the boys have been riding to get to this point. We've enjoyed the camaraderie of each other, and have worked easily to pack bikes, jockey bathroom stops, and make decisions of all kinds. That's about to change.
We wake to beautiful blue skies and the bluebird day that Alaskans love and celebrate. After …
July 21, 2013 was my oldest daughter- Leena birthday!
Since we liked so much the previous night dinner at the Princess resort, we decided to have a celebratory breakfast with the gift ceremony there.
Once the festivities were completed, we set on another drive to Fairbanks, 100+ miles from Denali Park. There we had lodging booked at new …
We found a bike shop that Dan Anderson runs out of his garage at home. Lee has him order tires for him before we began the trip. Lee still needs a front tire, we all want an oil change and Walt wants to get some new rear break pads. We find his house and meet this typical Alaskan. Long hair and full beard are not his dominate features. He is cock …
The ride up to Fairbanks was in perfect weather. The puffy white clouds were striking against the deep blue sky. As we rode north we got glimpses of the Alaska Range above the Talkeetna Mountains. There was only a few patches of snow left on the Talkeetna's. We were blessed with glimpses of the high peaks that were about 14000 feet. Above that the …
... or something crazy like that. So the dirt bit remains dirt and quite rough. Everyone who uses the road regularly have CB radios and all keep in touch with each other as they go along, thats the trucks as well as the small tour buses etc as its not a big road and the truckes that come along carry huge loads. Last night we had one that had a Crane on the back of it and to get up the hills it had a truck following it with a huge rubber bumper and it pushed it up the hills, ...