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 …
Saturday is Festival day in Anchorage (crafts, food vendors, etc.). The day started rather cool (45) but warmed up into the 60s and was sunny. We walked around the Festival and downtown shops. I personally hadn't realized what a tourist location Anchorage is.
The salmon are just starting to run in the local creek, so we walked ...
Homer. The first sentence about Homer in the Lonely Planet guide reads: "Lucky is the visitor who drives into Homer on a clear day." We did and we were, and the panorama of mountains did sweep across the horizon in front of us.
As you leave the town proper and ...
... around to have the goose box checked out and blinds out back up. I returned to camp with the truck ready to go, and no answers on the RV repairs. I finally spoke to someone who told me to try airing up the air ride on the goose box and see if it would hold air. If it did not, then come by the next morning for him to look at. He could order parts and have it fixed in Fairbanks. So Miss Pat ( who had been cleaning house, walking the dogs, etc..) and I went by Walgreens to pick up ...