Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Fairbanks
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
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It was very neat and the staff were helpful. I have no complaints.
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... we sit on ice ...
... to harness their dogs and get to the start line. Because these are sprint races the dogs are bred and trained differently than they would be for an endurance race like the Iditarod. They are mostly German Shorthairs and other faster breeds crossed with huskies to help them with hardiness. All I can say is that these dogs love to run. They would be mellow dogs until you got near them with a harness or sled and ...
... being. I swear I felt better than I had in weeks. Even with an average of 3 hours of sleep per night! Damn webcams!
I read an article earlier in the day that they were going to send a sounding rocket into a ribbon aurora to study it somewhere between the 24th and Feb 6th. We were poised in a perfect spot to get that image. I did get an image of what appeared to be a tracer flare. But no go on the rocket. We ...
... anyway and heading back down Chena Hot Springs Road to the Steese Highway and on our way through Fox to Cleary Summit. You never know if you'll hit clear skies up there and it was worth the drive to get familiar with the areas we frequented the last trip. We drove all through the summit area and down the other side on snow covered blowing roads. We were impressed with the care the road has received and really had little travel trouble. But we never ...
... chiller powered by their own geothermal power plant to keep their Ice Museum frozen essentially. Their alternative energy design is the only one in the world apparently.
From the Ice Museum it was off to the bar for a meal and a drink. There was a really rowdy bunch that joined the tour in the museum and they were also in the bar. Made for some entertaining conversation (to both participate in and overhear).
Then we made the decision to ...