|Statement||Sharlene "Charlie" Minshall ; edited by Janet L. Wadlington.|
|Contributions||Wadlington, Janet L.|
|LC Classifications||TX1110 .M563 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||178 p. :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||97093847|
For Rver's on their first trip to Alaska, Charlene's book is a must read. If you have "been there-done that" you will want to go again. The book details her adventures off the beaten path and into the heartland. Thanks to Charlene I now know what I missed on my first trip to Alaska and plan to go again using her book as a reliable guide.4/5(9). In their book, RVing North to Alaska, they expertly pass on many of the details of RV and Alcan travel so commonly overlooked. Currently, they reside most of the year in Springfield, Missouri, with two annual trips to Virginia to visit their daughter and the grandkids. Every May they can be seen on the road heading north to Alberta, British /5(14). out of 5 stars RVing Alaska and Canada Reviewed in the United States on August 7, This book is a GOLD NUGGET for Alaska Travelers or Arm Chair Travelers/5(10). In our Alaska book it specifically says towing an RV, especially a trailer, is one of the most difficult for Alaska because of all the loose rocks on the road. I am excited to see how our new RV holds up to the Alaska roads, if it goes well we’ll be able to happily report so and I’m sure Fleetwood will be very happy to hear.
RVing to Alaska On Your Own. by Ron Jones. New Price $ This is an eBook! You will receive a PDF file. Get It Now!!! This is my FOURTH update of my original book that was entitled “RVing to Alaska.” It was the only book focusing on “how” you can make the trip to Alaska on your own by RV and it had just a smidgen of travel guide tossed in. The book features: Over Campgrounds throughout Alaska and along the roads north in the Yukon Territory and Northern British Columbia with full campground descriptions and . Our Guide to RVing to Alaska is tailored to those of you who own your own RV and will be making the drive to Alaska from the Lower 48 US states. There is so much to see and do in driving the Alaska Highway both to and from Alaska. But if you plan to fly into Fairbanks or Anchorage and rent an RV there, you are not alone. We crossed a major item off our travel bucket list last summer: we drove our RV to Alaska from the lower 48 United States!. We spent two full months exploring Alaska, plus a couple additional weeks traversing western Canada en route. It was an epic journey in every sense — mind-blowingly gorgeous, awe-inspiring, humbling.
“RVing to Alaska” is the only book focusing on how you can make the trip to Alaska on your own by RV with just a smidgen of travel guide tossed in. This book is not about going with a caravan. You can do this on your own. Going to Alaska by RV is different than any other trip. Since you will drive, there is specific RV-related information. Feeding a Hunger for Adventure, a Thirst for Beauty, and a Longing for Discovery: The Alaskan DreamBetween Heaven and the Bering Sea is the highly personal travel experiences of the Burkes over a five-month journey. *By Anne-Marie Marais* As an urban girl I often dream of the open road, gorgeous views and fresh air. Luckily I was able to find just that RVing from Anchorage to Fairbanks, Alaska with my travel buddy. There were so many great highlights as we navigated through breathtaking landscapes that a Top 10 just wouldn’t suffice. RVing the Alaska Ferry Route: In order to secure the time schedule and accommodations you want, you need to make the reservation as soon as possible after the summer schedule is published. In past years this has been sometime between December and the end of January. You’ll need to book passage for yourself, plus space for your RV.