Inuvik Capital Suites
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Since I've last written, months have passed by, mud has come and gone, and the 24h sun engulfed the arctic bubble. Spring fever began with prepping the greenhouse for the upcoming season. Plot rentals, GAC meetings, turning dirt over and most importantly, potting seedlings at home. The 'vik' continued to impress me with the commitment of its settlers to develop a ...
We got into Inuvik in the mid afternoon. We stopped in the visitor center and they were wrapping up a Parks Day with Rangers and all kind of other entities. The only thing we got was a nice piece of cake. We spoke to a nice young lady in the visitor center about all kind of things. We did get a "stamp" for our NP Passports. They had a lot of neat displays. She did let us know that the Great Northwest Arts Festival was going on and she told ...
Karen and I had planned to go to the Arctic Circle and Ocean via the Dalton Highway in Alaska. It goes north from Fairbanks to Deadhorse. Deadhorse is located on Prudhoe Bay where the Alaskan Pipeline starts… and it ends in Valdez. We had already read a lot about the road; most of it how bad the road can be. We also got rumors along the trip from people saying it was bad. We met a gentleman in Dawson City that had just come back from ...
The gals welcomed me with open arms. Our first 'Girls only' event was a clothes swap/sushi night at Ellen's house. Cat, the sushi mama of the night, wore her 50's Asian housewife apron to 'help her get dirty' was the mastermind of the food; Ellen and Pinette supplied the kitchen and utensils, while the rest of us were there as factory workers that. Given that clothes to me are of no interest or value, the peak of the evening was the production ...
... day. On the return trails, Deb took the handles and rode us back into town in style, through songs and quotes of course. While riding through the bumps of the trails I kept sliding into her, and being the considerate lady that I am, I screamed into her ear "do you mind if I'm in you?" With great enthusiasm, it was a hard "YES!" from Deb followed by her singing the chorus of 'I feel so close to you right now' while I sang 'I'm on the highway to hell!'