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 …
... and begin the funding process.
Thank you everyone for your emails, support and for putting up with my comments (and grammar). I had a lot of fun doing this blog (it was my first time doing a blog).
As I mentioned on my previous email, I was off the grid for a few days so I missed posting two important days: 1) Formal Guayaquil Rotary Meeting and 2) My Visit to Monte Sinai with Father Simon and Daniel. Here below I'll post what happened those two ...
... and we received many compliments from shoppers on how polite the kids were! After reboarding the bus we headed to our hotel. It is the same hotel we were at the first two nights of our trip. Then we went to The Golden Coral for dinner. I couldn't believe how excited the kids were. They ate, and ate! Then we headed back to the hotel to swim or have free time with friends. Bed check was at nine. We have an early morning tomorrow. Goodnight ...
... filling-up place. While we waited for our food, talked to an Athabascan Indian lady who had just set up a small museum in the roadhouse with family heirlooms. She lived in Copper Centre, and had interesting tales about life when she was young, bear encounters etc.
We carried on, and took photos of the Alaska Pipeline, lots of pine trees, of a decent size because we are down lower and probably out of the permafrost areas, more of the Alaska Pipeline, and ...