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The two RV Gypsies and family rented kayaks
from Canoe Alaska - Alaska Outdoor rentals
1101 Peger Road - near Pioneer Park
'907.457.2453
July 10, 2016

Canoe Alaska building

3 kayaks and 1 canoe

bridge and water

bridge and water

Karen Duquette

ducks

Lee Duquette took most of the pictures while kayaking. John took a few photos also. Karen had the blue kayak. Ilse had the yellow kayak. Lee had the red kayak. John and Renee were both in the canoe.

Karen Duquette and Ilse Blahak

Karen Duquette in her kayak

Karen Duquette in her kayak

Lee Duquette in his kayak

Karen, Renee and John kayaking

Karen, Renee and John kayaking

Karen Duquette kayaking

Karen Duquette kayaking

Karen Duquette and Ilse Blahak

Renee and John

the two RV Gypsies and Ilse

the two RV Gypsies and Ilse

Lee & Karen - the two RV Gypsies

Lee

the two RV Gypsies

Lee Duquette kayaking

John takes a selfie

The two RV Gypsies kayaked past a sign "helicopters may fly overhead", but Lee was unable to get a photo of the sign. Then they saw the helicopters parked on the bank by the Chena River.

helicoptors

helicoptors

The two RV Gypsies paddled past the "Love Alaska" sign located across the river from Pikes Restaurant and Lodge.

Love Alaska sign

Love Alaska sign

Riverboat Discovery Cruise boat

Karen Duquette and the Riverboat

The end of the kayak trip - The Pump House Restaurant, 796 Chena Pump Road, Fairbanks, Alaska.

The Pump House Restaurant

The Pump House Restaurant

Just as everyone reached the Pump House Restaurant, it started to rain hard.

John and Karen parking kayaks in the rain

Lee Duquette in a rain poncho

Everyone except Karen managed to get their rain poncho on, so Karen got really soaked walking from the kayaks to the Pump House restaurant.

the two RV Gypsies and family - all wet

wet people

Dinner at the Pump House. Karen hates photos when she has food in her mouth.

dinner at the Pump House

dinner at the Pump House

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