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... that there are a lot of Moose along the Chena Road, we did not see a single one on the long drive out.
Despite the Moose disappointment we arrived at this beautiful spot looking forward to a fun day. The most difficult part was deciding what activities we wanted to do, both together and separately throughout the day. We had originally thought we might stay to see the Aurora since this is ...
... and only for the time we're here. It's now going to be my Alaska phone. The skies were pretty clear most of the day with a cloud bank hanging over the range south of us. The sunlight allowed for positive temps. I think it got to 3!
Before leaving we sat down with a couple Cafe' Americano's and I was able to access the wifi to figure out the name of the store I wanted to find. We headed back to the big JoAnn's. ...
The day came that i was catching the shuttle back to Fairbanks. It was basically a nice lady that combines a shuttle service with doing errands for people that don't have time for the 2 hour drive to the city. She leaves in the late morning and is back by 5pm. I was to catch it in front of the local 'huge' supermarket. Ahem... this might be America but that analogy was a bit misplaced, although I'm quite sure it was ...
... and documents that mentioned our relatives. We continued to hang out with Jim until after dinner. What a find! Jim was born in Fairbanks in 1933 so he knows so much about where everyone lived and what they did. I am sure we'll stay in touch, because we each have so much of interest that the other does not have. He's a very active member (and former head) of the Alaska Pioneers so will share the information I brought about our family with them. ...