Sunday, May 29, 2005


After Denali we cruised two or two and a half hours up to Fairbanks. Anchorage stunk. It's just a big American city - half of the state's population resides in and around Anchorage - but Fairbanks is smaller. It's nice. Its population is around 70,000 compared to Anchorage's 350,000. Hmm. I can't remember anything special about Fairbanks right now. They have a Wal-Mart and Fred Meyers. Heh. We did all our shopping there. They have outlets in the parking lot and we noticed lots of vehicles have extension cords with electrical plugs hanging out the front grill. You know why? Because winter is SO cold they have to plug their cars in in order to keep them warm while they do their shopping.

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