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... we were yesterday, this is where Christopher McKenliss died attempting his pilgrimage to live in the wild. We were on the Stampede Trail yesterday that is walked every day by people wanting to follow his course. The bus that Christopher passed away in is still in situ, we only managed to get with 20 mile of the bus and ran out of time. His story is very sad, to think at the end of his life he was eating well, but unknowingly was poisoning himself ...
... amp; Walt frequent & really like. It was busy when we arrived although Grace said that sometimes when they go in people are queuing waiting for a table as the food is so good. We selected 4 dishes & shared them, there was lots of food & it was so delicious. Mara picked ‘drunken noodles’ which I had never heard of but will have to enquire at Tipparosti, which is a very good local Thai restaurant in Papakura, to see if they know of the dish – I should ...
... 2 where the Dalton ends.
We have one more spot where the feed go down since the bikes are following the ruts and it is not pretty. We have been lucky and are glad when we reach Hwy2, but our bikes are covered in mud, a calcium chloride mix, which we have to remove since this will result in baked pottery on the bikes.
Finally the weather changes and the sun comes out, so the last 50 miles are nice and enjoyable.
About 60 miles prior Fairbanks is ...
... as the four of us sat at a table on the deck watching the view and chatting with anyone who walked by and wanted to be social, the main crowd including the girls, friends, and camera crew spilled out onto the deck and continued recording. Other than some incidental shots, I don't think any of us were really in part of any scenes and we weren't asked to sign a release form. But it was fun to watch the action.
Finally the BBQ was considered ready and we were ...
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