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 Post subject: Just a couple pictures from the interior of AK
PostPosted: Wed Jun 20, 2007 1:37 am 
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Lets see if I can do this Picture thing...

One of Fairbanks From the top of Ester Dome... Hard to believe that it is actual a town of roughly 70k people.

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Going down the trail...
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A fun winter trail... we went down it a little ways, but the ground was too mushy for either of us. it took a Hi-Lift, Two 2-ton come alongs, and tow straps just to get us out of there. Sad to see a Toyota pulling a Jeep (sorry no pictures). The upside is that we were able to get the Toyota unstuck first then have him pull me out. Once I get a lift & better tires, I plan and taking this trail all the way to the river (great Fishing)
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Back on top of Ester Dome
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I'll post more Alaska pix later. This was just a test to see how to post pix on this forum

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PostPosted: Sun Jul 08, 2007 11:14 am 
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You need to get that thing back on the old nenana highway trails.... I moved down to CO from Fairbanks in February... miss it already

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 Post subject: Old Nenana trails
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2007 2:17 am 
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I have been hesitent to run any of those trails solo yet. i have taken my Sled on them in the winter, but some of them look like they would be soupy during the summertime. Have you run many of them in your KJ before you left?

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That was cool to see. I used to go up there with my family when I lived in Fairbanks. Don't miss the cold though.

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