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Friends of Fairbanks

October 8, 2018

I met two guys from LA waiting for my flight from Chitina to McCarthy and we started talking about all the cool places we’d been to in Alaska.  At one point in the conversation I told them that I’d lived in Fairbanks from September to March of 2013, because I wanted to watch it get…

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Bears, Flight-Seeing And Other Shenanigans Along The Alaska Highway

August 5, 2011

The past week has been a little surreal. I’ve driven 1,645 miles from Spokane to Watson Lake, Yukon Territory. I spent one night in each of these places (in order) Spokane, Kalispell, Calgary, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Muncho Lake, Watson Lake, each place had something really fascinating about it. Spokane had a fantastic movie theater…

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48 Hours In Glacier N.P., Lake Louise, Icefields Parkway and Jasper

August 1, 2011

**Special Note** This one picture was uploading for almost half an hour so I stopped using the hotel wireless and used my Verizon internet card. When it was finished uploading, I saw the message that said its something like $20 per MB to upload internationally so I think this one photo may have just cost…

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The Best Of The West

July 27, 2011

I think I’ve been on the road long enough for a bit of a photo retrospective don’t you? Its almost three months now and before I hit the highway on Friday up North to Alaska, I felt like paying homage to the two places out here that I’ve especially enjoyed. I was so completely taken with the natural beauty…

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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Spokane-Butte, Montana

July 20, 2011

You’re probably thinking “Really a whole post on Butte, Montana?” With all the beautiful places I’ve been visiting and all the time in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park, why a post on Butte? The answer is simply because it was such an awesome surprise, well to me anyway. Butte was described by my Moon…

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The Cody Stampede and Parade July 4th Weekend in Cody,Wyoming (Part II)

July 15, 2011

Its been almost TWO weeks since the Stampede in Cody and I keep getting further behind, but where there is a Part I there needs to be a Part II. Also the pictures are still interesting and as the saying goes “Better late than never” so without further delay, The Cody Stampede. The Cody Stampede…

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The Cody Stampede and Parade July 4th Weekend in Cody,Wyoming (Part I)

July 9, 2011

OK so I know I’m a little behind with my posts, but there’s a good reason. If I had tons of time to write blog posts wouldn’t that mean I wasn’t spending every minute possible seeing all of the incredible sights in Montana and Wyoming? Yes it would. I’m just finding all this great stuff…

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A Day In Yellowstone. What Better Way To Celebrate My First Two Months On The Road

July 2, 2011

I’ve been on the road for 60 days now!  I can’t believe it.  From New England to Canada, from Canada to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, from “The U.P. to Fargo, Minneapolis, The Badlands, Billings and now Yellowstone, it’s been an awesome two months! The entire two months have felt like nothing short of a delightful…

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The North Dakota Badlands Hiking Song-Lyrics And Photos By Yours Truly

June 25, 2011

  On The First Day Of Hiking The Badlands Gave To Me 10 Bison Roaming (they have really big heads) 9 Prairie Dogs Barking (or yelping, or squeaking or whatever that noise is they make) 8 Deer A Running (or just staring and looking stupid) 7 Dung Beetles A Rolling (bison dung into little balls–eeeewwww) 6 Small…

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Welcome To TheThe Mall Of America

June 22, 2011

Did you know that The Mall of America could hold 7 Yankee Stadiums, 32 Boeing 747’s or 24,336 school buses? More than 1,000,000 people visit it annually, that’s more than Disney World, Graceland and the Grand Canyon combined! It’s the most popular attraction in Minnesota and by some accounts the third most popular tourist destination…

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