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A Brief History of Alaskan Transport

A travel blog entry by rodk


... and speed increased through the day and I deliberately lag behind occasionally, so, unobserved, I can roar along ever faster. Zooming along at night into a tunnel created by my headlights reflecting on my all-white surroundings, I slip into a Stars Wars fantasy where I’m dodging and weaving on my Speeder Bike in an intergalactic dog fight. A too-fast corner re-asserts the reality of earth bound travel. Out of sight of my companions I glimpse the feeling of being ...

12-hours by rail from Fairbanks to Anchorage

A travel blog entry by sandyhart

... is now a recreation area but it was once the largest placer gold producer in Alaska.
At Windy Creek, we crossed out of the park and saw a cow moose off in the distance (I didn’t get a picture).
At about the half-way point in the journey, we pass through Broad Pass. It is the highest elevation for the Alaska Railroad (at 2363 ft) AND the lowest point in the Alaska Range and the Rockies (of which the Alaska Range is part). It is, as the name implies, a ...

Arriving in Anchorage

A travel blog entry by fairfamily


Our day started by waking up at 3:00am and heading to Logan Airport for our early morning flight.  It was a long flight (thank God we were flying first class) to Seattle.  Upon arriving in Seattle we had exactly 30 minutes to get across the airport and catch our connecting flight to Anchorage.  The scenery from Seattle to Anchorage was breathtaking. ...

Evoking Russian roots in Alaska

A travel blog entry by russian-girl

... However my husband told me that the trip must be "kids and grandparents" friendly, thus Interior Alaska it was.
The breakfast area in the hotel lead to the park like setting outside and outside is where we went. Right away, as we stepped out of the hotel and walked out of the small yard there was a small but tranquil lake so beautiful, it took my breath away. I just stepped out of the noisy hotel lobby buzzing with the ...

Anchorage, Alaska (16 -19 June 2013)

A travel blog entry by la.adendorff


... Experience Theatre, Anchorage Museum and other town centre sights (mostly taking photos of all the flowers) before going home to start packing. As a final farewell Al and Stevie took me to a Breast Cancer Fundraiser in town with a couple of their friends. I am not sure cocktails and good food are a good packing incentive, but was definitely fun. I left Al and Stevie's place just after 11pm to make my way to the airport for my 1.20am flight to ...


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