Fairbanks Super 8 Motel
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... fires somewhere South around Anchorage I guess. I haven’t seen any new for days so not sure what is happening in the world. I had to use my inhaler to open up my lungs as smoke, forest fire or cigarettes are the worst for me.
Wed. morning, July 8th
On the news this morning they had a smoke advisory until 6PM. It doesn't seem too bad outside now, we'll see what happens later. We are having a ...
... ice cream I've had. We chose the wild Alaskan blueberry, they homemaker all their ice cream with mostly local ingredients. That night we went back to the hotel and did laundry, watched tv in the hotel room, and relaxed in our enormous, fluffy king bed! We also talked with Todd's mom. Mom and dad went grocery shopping, and Todd and I just stayed in for the rest of the night. - ...
... It seems our 40 below boots didn't live up to expectations. Despite being cold, we had a great time. There were 14 dogs that pulled our sled with Sheila, Eric (our musher) and I. Eric had some great stories of his years as a musher and Alaska resident. The dogs were awesome and very excited to pull the sled. Sheila and I really felt like we were in ...
... a challenge to be a wildlife photographer.
The mornings are really cold here, but the afternoons are quite pleasant. Well, that is our experience with 24 hours in Fairbanks. When we arrived we remarked how much warmer it was than Dawson City. This morning, the wind was blowing and it was freezing. It prompted Jenny to go and buy another coat. It is 7:30pm and we have to door of the "turtle truck" opened. The sun is still shining, so it must be about 15 ...
... different mining techniques. Some of the old log cabins were used for little restaurants and others for arts and crafts. The largest of the museums was in a larger period building. It housed many antiques which we learned were donated to the museum by local families. We spent about an hour there.
We stopped at a small house that is used by a local artist to sell his wares. He carves out of antlers and ancient ivory. Some of his work ...