Monday, June 23, 2014

Fairbanks, June 21st-23rd, 2014

We've been in Fairbanks the past two days and it's been a wonderful experience. Although initially the many roads, restaurants and traffic lights were a bit of a culture shock, we've adjusted quickly and have been tremendously enjoying ourselves.  We've had a chance to explore the beautifully done Visitor and Cultural center, bike alongside the midnight sun run, and visit the solstice fair in downtown Fairbanks. We've also been able to do personal errands and update all this on the blog.
Most importantly, we have met some incredible people, students and technicians at the university, who have taken us in, spent hours helping us clean and fix our bikes, stuffed us with delicious food (best blueberry pancakes you can ever imagine) and given us a comfy bed to sleep in.  It's not possible to thank Andrew and Anna enough for everything they've done for us. Much thanks also to Lily for welcoming us into her circle of friends and to everyone else for being so friendly and helpful.

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