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Old 11-11-2012, 05:55 PM   #43
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Regarding mosquitoes: my wife bought us some shirts and pants that have the repellent in the material. She bought them on ebay, which saved quite a bit of money. She also bought nets to put over the head also. We were in Alaska late May/June and never had any real major mosquito problems, but she frequently wore hers.
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We made the trip this year--Ft Worth to Fairbanks/Anchorage/Seward etal and back. 15490 miles. Ran into several of the Adventure Trek caravans and also Fantasy Trek? groups. They do tend to take up all the sites in the obvious stopping places, but we stayed mostly at Provincial Parks and National Parks in AK. Resevations at Denali EARLY are a must if you have a big rig. Spent about $6400 on fuel alone, and $1.60L was highest I found.
No major problems, and planning it again in '15 if we are healthy.
Can't do without the Milepost and the Church book also.
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