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The two RV Gypsy spent a day
just driving around in Alaska
and they saw some interesting sights.

August 1, 2009
The two RV Gypsies stopped at Gold Dredge No. 8, but it was closed except for tours for special buses, so they just continued on their day-drive.
sign - National Historic District - Gold Dredge No. 8
sign - National Historic District - Gold Dredge No. 8
It was tempting to stop and hike a bit, but it was an extremely smoky day from the wildfires, so the two RV Gypsies just continued driving on their day-drive with no particular destination in mind.
sign - enterine Livengood-Tolovano Mining District
sign - Wickersham Dome Trailhead

Below - a most interesting sign, some woods, & two cabins -

Two cabins? But the sign says Olnes City only has a population of One!

sign - Entering Olnes City - population one

The photo shown above has a small cabin behind the sign and the photos shown below has a bigger cabin to the left of the sign; yet it is city with a population of one.

sign and cabin
close up of the cabin
Below is someone's very interesting driveway and property.
interesting property
interesting property
mailbox, chairs, and more
mailbox and post
gone fishing sign on the post
woods, a car and old signs
This road had a lot of pull-outs, but not one of them had a picnic table. So the two RV Gypsies stopped beside Tatalina River and ate lunch in a mini-tailgate style. As usual, there was no one else around.
the Tatalina River
the Tatalina River
Lee Duquette and MOB
Lee Duquette and MOB
next adventure of the two RV Gypsies Please continue on to various adventures in Fairbanks, Alaska - Botanical Gardens, Riverboat Discovery Cruise, Pioneer Park, El Dorado Gold Mine and more.