Fairbanks, Alaska Part 5 Museums

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A raven of steel and nails squawks at us outside the Morris Thompson Cultural and Visitors Center.  The art on the grounds and the woodsy architecture of the building excited us as we walked to the entrance.  Once in, we were surprised to see what looked like the inside of an airport.  We saw a tourist shop to our left, and a large room filled with shelves of pamphlets — you know the kind you see off to the side of any motel where you learn about the sights and events in the area.

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Fairbanks, Alaska Part 4: Tourists

Between shuttles, taxis, and planes – we were pleased to rent a car of our own.  Once behind the wheel, we sighed in relief.  We had a mission the first day or two and wanted to find all of Robert’s historical spots, which we did. I shared that journey in “Part 1 Exploring His Roots.”

After that, we could be tourists and just enjoy some of the spots in and around Fairbanks.  North east of town was a little place called Fox, Alaska.  My husband’s last name is Fox, so of course we had to go.  Fox is comprised of two bars across from each other and one small building.

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