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... ago in Hyder when we were watching the bears I met a father & son who were on motorbikes and they were heading to the Top of the world Highway and back then I thought..Hmmm sounds like someplace I would love to go..Well today was the day and what a stunning trip. The road follows the top of the mountain range along and we watched the vegetation change from green trees to yellow then red then no trees then snow. Awesome. We even passed old burnt ...
... were from the US but there was also Artists from China, Indonesia, Mexico, and Russia. They have 2-3 days to complete the single block sculptures and 5 days for the multi-block so the Artist Teams consist of 2-4 participants. The competition was completed the first week of March so some of the sculptures were showing the effects of weather, but most were intact. It was extremely hard to get over ...
... remedy the problem we have with no data on our phones when we don't have a wifi connection. No information in the field leaves us not knowing anything about the forecast or potential for aurora eruption.
On one of the Facebook strings on Great Lakes Aurora Hunters a member asked for some help with Arctic Gear. It's been pretty tough with below zero temps on and off the last few weeks especially for ...
... do was stare in astonishment that a person like this actually existed.
It was pretty clear from the start that 'monsieur' liked to talk and be the center of attention. I pitied the soul he would be sitting next to... OH WAIT! He was sitting directly behind me! -_- The man next to me saw me roll my eyes as he loudly took his seat and whispered to me "i agree". This gentleman owned a goldmine and was flying back home to see his daughter graduate.
As the plane took off ...
... on and reproduce!
Later in the day we returned to Ester and tried again to find a hint of its mining past but were again unsuccessful. It is amazing to me how completely the whole area was dug up, scraped and reshaped to extract every ounce of gold in the 1920s and 30s.
After a nice dinner in town at the Bistro, where I’d been trying to each since I arrived, Randy took off for the airport and home and I got organized for my departure from Fairbanks