Angel Creek Lodge
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... for the Alaska Pipeline, and the museum at the University of a Fairbanks.
Our driver was a folksy guy who grew up in Fairbanks and knew something about everything and pretty much everyone in Fairbanks. He worked in construction before he retired and gave his view on things throughout the tour. It was kind of fun but at times a little weird.
The hour long stop at the University Museum was the best part of the tour. The museum had lots ...
... and visited a replica of an Athabascan (indian) village. We saw their housing, the types of animal furs that they trapped and how the Indians turned the furs into clothing and housing. Our next call was to visit Santa's house where we saw Santa and posted the letters that we brought from Australia. After this we finally reached our lodge and straight into dinner. ...
... ecosystem. The pipe lays on Teflon sliders to allow it to shift with earth movement and earthquakes. The pipe at the visitor’s site is polished; the rest of the pipeline has patina from age.
Looking forward to a great adventure.
PS - Re the title of the blog. When I started this blog years ago, our travels were in our motor home. This trip was not in our motor home (so ignore the title picture).
... become bored an decided to try fatalistic instead..
Princess Cruises Dorris is very pleasant and helpful.. Are you sure you have the day correct??
I rummage out the itinerary KIMBERLY had typed up for us..
There was a note included stating we had an extra night ot the hotel as we were arriving a day early for some reason...
Checking and 500 phone calls later.. there was a booking for us from the following night...
OK,,, what ...
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