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... sent the Ford on a flatbed tow truck with not two but one driver. So Jim hooked up his trailer to the Ford, the tow truck driver loaded up the Ram on his flatbed and off they went.
Jim asked where he was to take the truck when after he parked his RV in the RV park and the tow company driver said, "Don't worry about it. You can bring it back in the morning".
OK, now it's 10 hours after the break down. We have tried to help a fella with two bad tires on his 5th wheel, ...
... with Capitol Towing in Whitehorse and talked to Doug (owner) and he was a great guy to work with… he sent out a large flat deck truck with a second 1 ton Ford PU for us to connect to the RV and drag it to town…
We placed the RV in an RV park, and on Monday chased down ...
... 8217;t used a church and when it became historic in nature and the Queen visited the place in 1959… I commented to the young gal that was early in her rein as queen… as I remember she was crowned in 1952… Help me if I’m wrong here… Later I’ll talk about the log homes in Fairbanks from the same era that were saved and moved from down town… See how far behind we are in writing ...
... more of Phyllis' potatoes and a salad. We have not eaten out once since joining Sue in Nevada (not bragging, maybe complaining).
Tomorrow we will head North to the Alaskan border. I don't think we will make it across but we should end up close. We heard the last 60 miles was under a lot of construction and could slow us down some.
Time for bed but it doesn't look like it outside!
... Expectations were mostly established by reading internet forums and talking to people who made the trip in the past. I would say that 80 percent of the time we drive the speed limit – approximately 50 mph mountains and 62 mph out of the steep curvy areas – as everywhere; if the conditions are good people (including us will drive a little over the speed limit). Which reminds me we have yet to ...