Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Anchorage Airport
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Day 24 - 24th June Fairbanks to Anchorage - 380 miles
We have a late start as Steve E has a puncture, so by the time it gets fixed it is nearly 1100 before we leave. Ron the Welsh man bike has a slipping clutch, so we help load his bike on the back of the support truck before we leave.
It is a slow journey as we encounter many …
A welcome day off from riding today. Tallulah gets taken to the motorcycle shop for a service and new back tyre. I leave her in the competent hands of the mechanics.
She is there all day, so a few of us decide to get a sightseeing flight across the Alaskan wilderness. Seven of us negogiate a deal and then pile into this 1949 Dehavelin …
... Channel reality shows, apparently ,as well as the singer "Jewel".
Summer is in full bloom now, some days we have even taken our fleeces off. The lovely Fireweed flowers are as tall as I am and already there is talk of the first frost soon which will kill off the mossies…not that they have been much of a problem to date.In Seward we took a cruise to spot ...
... road closures and the bags finally arrived, covered in ash from the fire! I was taking pictures without a flash from our 16th floor balcony at 11 o’clock that night! The sun was getting ready to ‘set’ in the North! Can you believe it, it does not set in the West!
We were delighted to find our big cases waiting for us in the hotel room. From the fourteenth floor, we had a fabulous view of the waterfront section of the city, bordering ...
... camp and mine employed 204 men. The Independence Mine was shut down in 1943, after gold mining was classified as nonessential to the war effort. In 1946, the War Production Board's order designating gold mining as nonessential was lifted. At this time the cost mine the gold cost $46 an ounce and the price for the gold was only $36 per ounce. In January 1951, Alaska-Pacific Consolidated closed the independence Mine. From 1936-1951 more than 181,000 ounces of gold ...