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Day 76: You Had Me At Coffee

The hostel owner took me to see her friend who was packing up to move to Fairbanks. She had found love after the death of her husband. Her story was fascinating.

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Day 75: Hiking on a Glacier

After camping in a small, isolated cabin the night before, I drove a mile and started hiking on the glacier. It’s the world’s most drivable glacier.

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Day 74: Alaskan Adventure!

I saw a sign on the side of the road that read “Glacier” with an arrow pointing down a gravel road. Intrigued, I drove down the windy road. I ended up camping in a tiny shack next to a glacier.

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Day 67: Mystery Man

My seatmate on a flight from Seattle to Denver was my dream man. We talked the entire three hours, talking about personal things. Then we walked together towards baggage.

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Day 63: Brewery Tour and Tinder

I had a blast drinking beer on a brewery tour and learning about the history Alaska has with alcohol. I also met a guy from Tinder. The good thing about meeting different guys is that it helps me determine what I want and what I don’t want in a relationship.

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Day 62: Sadness in Anchorage

I was feeling incredibly lonely. Not just lonely, but completely alone. It’s the feeling that I am not “number one” to anybody. I tried to talk with my parents about it, but they didn’t seem to get it.

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Day 61: Alyeska Resort

I took a gondola to the top of the mountain and enjoyed dinner at the AAA, Four-Diamond award-winning restaurant. There is also a famous drink there. It’s called the Fizz and they limit how many drinks people can have because of its high alcohol content. The bartender explained that there is only one bartender who makes it, it’s a secret receipt, and he only makes it in the winter.

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Days 59-60: Homer, Alaska

I spent a couple of days in Homer, Alaska, at an Airbnb. I walked along the spit, went to the salty dog café, and had wonderful conversation with my hosts. I stayed up until 2:00 am talking with Jerry on the porch.

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Day 56: Friends in Fairbanks

Traveling solo can be lonely at times. On this day, I met Zack and Lily and they kept me company for dinner and hanging out in a hot spring. Before the hot springs, I went for a hike in a beautiful landscape.

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Day 51: Female Role Models

Jack and Florence were both early Alaskan pioneers and I respected their adventurous spirit. It made me think about how so many people do extreme things today, like climb Mount Everest. I think we’re built with a desire to explore and experience harsh conditions, but our lives are so easy now. It often leaves people feeling unsatisfied.

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Day 50: Alaska Arrival!

I saw a bear and a moose on the side of the road. Then just before the border, there are signs showing the line between Alaska and Canada. I pulled over and looked into the forest.

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