Westmark Fairbanks Hotel and Conference Center
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Woke up early so was in plenty of time for the 0430 shuttle to the airport. Was second in the queue for ticketing and no delays at security; even was given a card saying I didn't have to take my shoes off (too geriatric to manage it or too old to be a terrorist?). Usually, being a single male, I have been subject to major and multiple searches. 3 hour flight to Seattle. ...
... br> Also, as it turns out, we came to Alaska at a good time. Snow and ice in Raleigh as well as low temperatures. In fact, it turns out it is warmer here in Alaska than in Raleigh for the next few days. Who would have thought that!! Good planning on my part is the only answer. Hang in there Lower 48!!
Happy Trails - Chuck and ...
... the Chena River, it runs straight through town. On the road out to the Springs we passed more ATV Hunters as the season starts today. Thankfully we only saw Chipmunks today as I was thinking if we saw a moose it would have been likely to have been shot before our eyes.
Anyway not much going on tonight except rest and recharge ready for tomorrow. Kaff is going to attempt to arise at 2am to see if she can see the Northern Lights.....
... will be home for the next 4 days. One of our fellow caravaner’s, Carol Rike, let each lady in our group choose a pair of earrings she had made. How nice is that!
Sunday, August 3rd – Fairbanks, AK – Day 27 of Caravan
8:30 AM bus trip to the University of Alaska Museum. It’s a beautiful building filled with very interesting displays and artwork. At the museum, we watched a movie ...
... The floor was as much as 18 inches off level in a span of about 10 feet. Again, it is due to the structure being built on the permafrost, no footings and the building kinda tilts and slides off the rock base a little bit every year.
Long term and native born Alaskans are called "sourdoughs". 65% of the residents in Alaska do NOT stay in the state for the winter. Most head to warmer climates in the lower 48 and return for the ...