And just where do you think you’re going?
Directional marker at Glitter Gulch, Denali National Park – July 2010
Creamer’s Original Farmhouse – Creamer’s Field Dairy in Fairbanks, Alaska. Once home to the largest dairy operation in Interior Alaska until it closed in 1966, Creamer’s Field is now a 2,000 acre wildlife refuge.
Dairy barn at the historic Creamer’s Field Dairy complex in Fairbanks, Alaska. Although the barns have been closed to the public since the dairy closed in 1966, there is a push underway to renovate and open them to the public.
Years ago we were on a day excursion to Denali with some friends visiting from the lower 48. The weather that morning was wonderful and the scenery on the drive to the Park left our visitors in awe. What they couldn’t see was Denali. Despite seeing lots of wildlife and incredible scenery, Denali just wasn’t being cooperative. We kept telling them, ‘she’s right there, just over that ridge, right behind the clouds… and she’s enormous!’ I think they were beginning to think it was all a hoax. But, after stopping for lunch this was the sight that greeted us as we turned to head back to Fairbanks. They were speechless! Isn’t that a gorgeous sight?
EcoSeg Alaska is a new company offering a variety of tours of the Fairbanks Alaska area via the Segway Scooter. Although we haven’t taken the tour yet, it sure does look like fun!
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