Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge
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... just join a few together and they had made a hotel ! They have an Interperative centre and some sled dogs, a Post office and the Roadhouse which consists of a Truckers Diner where they sit and watch themselves in TV "The Ice Truckers " Show. They also have a bar and another dining area for tourists and visitors. Not much at all, After 10 minutes we had seen Cold Foot. Originally it was a Gold mining town but after the first winter people left in droves, Then it was used ...
... about a teacher who went to Chicken to teach when she was very young. It was a fantastic read. Chicken is a great name for a town and they certainly use it to the townsfolks advantage.
When you leave Dawson City you first have to get a ferry across the swiftly flowing Yukon River. We were a bit concerned about this as the car hire company said we couldn't take it on a ferry, but we decided that they meant the long haul ferries. It was a long way round if we ...
... Arctic circle and is where the Chena and Tanana Rivers meet. It is flat with very little elevation change and about 7 inches of rainfall per year. It is called subarctic desert. Much of Fairbanks is permafrost. Permafrost is soil that has been frozen for 2 or more years. You can't pour concrete footings in it, or put in a septic system. Thus, many houses on stilts and many outhouses! Fairbanks has one of the highest crime rates in America compared ...
... these facilities are new and nice.
Then we drove to Fairbanks; the northern section of the Parks Highway is not spectacular.
Upon arrival in Fairbanks, we visited Fairbanks' Pioneer Park- a free village of actual log cabins, old homes, theater, and river stern-wheeler... very well done. And went to the old Palace Theater for very well done, funny "review" performance all ...
... we have a reason to ...