Angel Creek Lodge
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Fairbanks Alaska Tuesday: Big day out today...We left Dawson city at around 0900 and drove to the end of the street to await the ferry we had just missed. As its a part of the highway the ferry crossing is free, we were pleased about that..Not too much comes free when travelling.
The current was so strong we were actually crossing sideways. Once on the other side we were on the "Top of the world Highway" all dirt of course but in pretty good nick. ...
... to having 2 days ahead of "free time". It’s been a bit too go, go, go for us!
Tuesday, August 5th, Fairbanks, AK – Day 29 of Caravan
Free Day, rained most of the day. Slept in and did catch up computer business work with good Internet for a change. Shopped at Fred Meyer’s, a huge upscale Walmart type superstore.
Wednesday, August 6th, Fairbanks, AK – Day 30 ...
... I’ll try it and ...
... it was still over a fast moving river!
We have now covered about 6,000 miles and are at the farthest, most northern point of our trip. We are having the time of our lives and are all still talking to each other.
Fairbanks is a wonderful city, friendly and inviting. We have taken a paddle wheeler boat down the Chena, gone gold panning on Dredge #8, been to a Musk Ox Refuge, and to Creamer's Field (a refuge for birds). All big and wonderful sites!
After a night of rain it was still raining lightly In the morning and I decided to brave the rain to pack to camp to check out the Chene Hot Springs Camping area. By the time I packed up camp my fingers were frozen and the 20 minute ride to the Hot springs in the cold and rain just compounded the issue, by the time I arrived the fingers felt like they were going to fall off(a bit dramatic I ...