Opening at Pike’s Landing once again, as it was just two years ago, be sure to keep tabs on this truly Alaskan race that will run this year from Fairbanks to Nome, with close to a thousand miles to cover over rugged terrain in inclement weather.
With fall comes, not only school days, but also the fair. As July ends, and August begins, Fairbanks now has a couple of weeks of fun, food, and fantastic entertainment. Golden Wheels Carnival is in full swing with lots of rides. Thankfully, the weather has been cooperative. Be careful if you instill […]
Rubber, real and rows of ducks appear for several months, mostly in summer, but we do have lingering ducks well into winter, even swimming on the icy waters of the Chena during November. Here is one of the first ducks we found on our property a little over a month ago. As a chance […]
A waft of the heavenly scent of chokecherry trees. The smell of freshly cut grass. Early blooms of floral rose, stock and petunia scents abound at greenhouses. Yes, yet another reason Alaskans live here: summer is upon us! On this, the eve of the last day of our three day Memorial Day weekend, our outdoor […]