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Been riding all day. The place to stay in Prudhoe
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It was a fitful night's sleep. Not so much because of the continual sunlight, because we had black-out curtains on the cabin, but because of the constant rain on the tin roof. Knowing that the rain was deepening the already treacherous mud increased my anxiety about the day's upcoming ride. Breakfast at 8 was sourdough pancakes, eggs, and strong …
... oil and gas contamination is
apparently high on the companys’ priority lists. The few people I talked to (who are not at
all connected to oil and gas) didn’t know if these types of procedures are done
everywhere oil and gas is being extracted.
A quick internet search revealed that they probably are being used
The gas pumps are protected by little mini-garages. You pull up the sheet ...
... better than me and so it makes for pretty even matches
between the pilot and mechanic. It’s
kinda sad how much I look forward to a little ping pong. Listlessness is common. The town is a dry town and I completely
understand why. It’s a recipe for The
Shining up here. I even learned to play
The most interesting thing that just happened to me deals
with real fear. There is a full moon
tonight with ...
... to. Blue is Shell, green and yellow are BP, etc etc. There are about 4 hotels in town. If you stay there, your food is included…like a cruise. Buffet available 24 hr a day. Doughnuts might be freshly baking at 2am. Sounds like heaven to me.
At every parking spot there are plug ins for the trucks. The electrified plug ins hang from a giant swing set-looking infrastructure. Kind of like a TRX set up for any ...
Maybe a couple of hours tossing and turning, I feel excited
and nervous, like a boy in Christmas eve, waiting for the day he can rip open
his presents….I rise before the alarm, my goal is to get some strong coffee
brewed for when Christine gets up. Piece
of **** MSR stove, or I should say the pressurizing fuel pump, nothing but
issues, will not pressurize the bottle, don’t have time to trouble shoot ...