BEST WESTERN PLUS Pioneer Park Inn
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Road Route: Prudhoe Bay---Deadhorse---Arctic Tundra--- White Hills---Arctic National Wildlife Refuge--- North Slope---Antigun Pass(el 4752')---Continental Divide---Brooks Range---Wiseman---Coldfoot---Arctic Circle---Jim River---Livengood---Fox---Fairbanks AK Made it back to Coldfoot around 12:30Am hoping to find a reasonable, clean room to sleep …
There were originally seven wonders of the world, then in 2007 the public voted on the new 7 wonders of the world since only one of the original seven was still standing. In the early 2010s, the world then voted on the 7 natural wonders of the world. After the voting, I believe they finally came up with a list that included The Grand Canyon, …
... Beaver Creek coincidentally, a retired Navy woman traveling with her granddaughter, Suzanne, came over and ended up borrowing our washing brush and bucket and went to work on theirs.
I fired up the grill and BBQ’d six chicken thighs and Sue baked tater tots and microwaved peas. That was our dinner and it was good.
There were air quality advisories on the radio but it ...
After yesterdays road trip we started out a little slow today. Spent the morning (with a late start) at the University of Alaska's Cultural Museum. Then after supper we went into town to the visitors center for some more last bits of Alaska's ...
... next time we're here for a pot luck.
We ended our day having dinner at Lavelle's in downtown Fairbanks with Greg Syverson. Some great halibut and ahi tuna. We picked up some pictures at the Hampton Inn by Ronn and Marketa Murray and will deliver them to Talkeetna to Dora Miller for an aurora photo display next weekend.
The sky showed hints of opening up a bit for us with visible stars once we returned to the lodge. But ...