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... said I would go but they only had one seat left on the plane. It was easy to back out then. I will fill my day in by wandering.
Fairbanks is a strange place. It doesn’t have much to it. The city centre doesn’t really exist. There doesn’t seem to be any nice houses in the city as everyone seems to live out of town. There have been no interesting buildings anywhere around town.
Walmart have a few cameras, as does Fred Meyer, ...
... like , there must have been around 25 or so, there is a Fort Wainwright or something in Fairbanks.
We passed by a huge US airbase, but got no pictures there or we could have been shot.
Eventually we landed in Fairbanks and with Kaffs excellent directions we got to the campground by 1900 but alas the office was shut...Thanks to a kindly gentleman he told us to just grab a space and pay tomorrow which we did. We even found the Wifi...Great stop I say ...
... and was told "first come first served". I pulled in and got a hookup site and we will stay here for eight nights. This park is quite nice and convenient to all local attractions.
First thing you need to do in a strange town? Well, hit the visitor center, of course. The Fairbanks VC is top shelf; first class would be a good description. I will give it three stars and a doughnut in all categories. They had young native dancers and Theresa was asked ...
... over the crossing. I ...
After another night of continuous light rain and seeking some warm, I met the challenging of relighting the fire with wet wood. As the rain slowly abated I was treated with a beautiful morning by the lake, I heard from John and Carey that they would arrive at the lake just after lunch. I headed back to the Chene River Resort to have lunch and coffee whilst taking the opportunity to use the balance of my internet access that ...