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FiverBob

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Our first trip up to Alaska was in 2005 and we stayed 5 months. That guide was amazing in finding gunkholes and neat spots to see. The coupons for specials like 2 for 1's and discounts was wild. Each new trip the books became less valuable for coupons and specials, but still good info. Hardly any 2-4-1 coupons on our last trip in 2016. Very good guide for the newbie to the great state of Alaska. Love it up there. And so close to us - - only 4600 miles one way from our home to Anchorage- - and a drop in temperature of 35 to 45 degrees. Brrr.


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The Milepost is well worth having for the trip. We had a current copy for our first trip in 2013 and our last summers trip in 2019. Great to have a copilot who can read outloud and find all the hidden neat things they describe along the route while you keep an eye out to avoid hitting a moose or bear on the road.

Glad we went last year to avoid all the rapid changing border closings for travelers.


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Got mine last Saturday-using the current down time to peruse it for our August trip. Can't wait.


I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be Douglas Adams

RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road.

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