Extended Stay America - Fairbanks - Old Airport Way
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... day. I think my neck grew an extra 3 inches from drooping ! We saw another Grizzy with two cubs on the way back and a Golden Eagle as well as some Big Horn sheep or Dall sheep as I have been told ... It also rained half the way home thankfully it had stopped by the time we got back and we didnt get wet walking back to the camper.
Last night in the wilderness of Denali and hopefully we will have power and wifi in Anchorage tomorrow.
... to the Gold Dredge 8 where we saw first-hand how the dredge worked the gold fields. We then received a a lesson on how to gold pan. We then got to try our hand at gold panning. Bobby and I got $31 worth of gold and Brenda and Keith got $27.
We came back to the cabin and had lunch. We also dressed in much warmer clothes - the temperatures are pretty cool here ...
... 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 ...
... located in a valley and overlooks the Nenana river. The rivers in this part of Alaska look murky and grey. They remind me of watery concrete mix. We are told that it is because as the glaciers melt in the summer, the runoff water is silty, full of rocks and gravel and ground up granite that the glacier picks up as it creeps along. That icy grit melts and runs into the rivers. These silty rivers cannot sustain fish because the grit cligs their ...
... full from the mass ...