Fairbanks Super 8 Motel
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... to have an ice hotel here, but the fire marshall shut down that idea because Alaska code requires sprinklers to be put into all hotels, so they decided to rent out the whole building from 7 pm to 10 am and they sleep in the bedroom. They even had a wedding chapel inside. They had an igloo here that was pretty cool with a musical instrument made of ice also. There was some part of this museum that made me feel like I was in ...
... on the 12th and you can’t go through. The snow probably closes the road too.
We drove through Tok and it was still early so headed for Delta Junction and it was still reasonably early so we have ended up in Fairbanks, a day earlier than planned. The road from Tok was really good and they have a speed limit of 65 mph, so we made good time. There was no traffic on the road. We only made one stop and that was for a moose. Jenny spotted one in the ...
... was starting to clear.
After lunch we headed back to Fairbanks and stopped at an old dairy that is now a bird sanctuary. We walked out into one of the mosquito-infested trails and nobody had bug spray. We did get to see ducks, sandhill cranes and lots of other birds.
After that we ended up at a micro-brewery, Silver Gulch. We spent quite a few hours there trying out their brews. My favorite, not being a beer drinker was the ...
... and took a minibus to Wiseman and were given an insight by Jack Reakof who has lived in this remote region for all of his life. Jack is married (second time) and lives by trapping bears and moose for meat and furs.
He has wealth of knowledge and does miss out on what goes on in "outside world" he has a laptop, tablet andget his power by ...
... we eventually find ...