Fairbanks, AK

Woo, we’re in Fairbanks!

I’m literally on my way to bed — for a whopping hour of sleep before Peter gets in — but we all made it to Alaska safe and sound.

I updated the trimmed-down pictures page, too. In chronological order:
– Hell’s Gate on the Fraser River, British Columbia
– Riding north on Hwy 97, south of Cache Creek, BC
– Steph putting on rain gear in the first hail storm, The Chasm between Cache Creek and 100 Mile House, BC
– Rainbow between Quesnel and Prince George, BC
– Alaska Highway Mile Zero, Dawson Creek, BC
– Alaska Highway, north of Fort Nelson, BC
– Stone Mountain sheep in Stone Mountain Provincial Park, BC
– Liard River Hot Springs, BC
– Black bear, south of Watson Lake, Yukon Territories
– Rancheria Falls, north/west of Watson Lake, YT
– Steph at Swan Lake, BC
– Kluane National Park, YT
– At the Alaska/Canada border, AK, USA

My current wildlife count:
– 4 bears
– 2 moose
– 1 bald eagle
– 1 marmot
– countless mountain sheep

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4 Responses to Fairbanks, AK

  1. Linda says:

    Good pictures. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Andrew says:

    Great pictures but I think there is a sinister side to this trip. You’ve been paid off by a clandestine BC/Yukon/Alaska tourism cabal.
    For shame: luring future unwary, city-dwelling motorcyclists with stunning shots of wilderness that look a little too perfect to be photos (great pic of Kluane). Behind the camera the ugly truth: wolverines shredding perfectly good Metzlers, unruly gangs of moose rifling through tankbags, and blackflies big as Cessnas gnashing through leathers for a tasty snack.
    Not such a pretty picture, eh?

  3. cat says:

    Waaah! Hot springs! Waaaah!

  4. carolyn says:

    I knew you’d like that, Cat. ๐Ÿ™‚ I thought of you!

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