Sunday, February 17, 2008

143 - Vacationing in Fairbanks in February - Learn Why This is So Cool

Podcast Number One-hundred-forty-three

Lorene talks about her adventure to Fairbanks, Alaska in February. Traveling to Fairbanks in February may not sound like a good vacation but Lorene turns the tide on that thought despite 40 degree below zero temperatures. Lorene embarked on this adventure by taking a Holland America Line familiarization trip offered to travel agents. Lorene describes her experience on a dog sled, bathing in the hot springs at the Chena Hot Springs Resort and a trip to the Fairbanks Ice Museum. Lorene and Gayle also experienced the Denali National Park.

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