So, what can be done to relieve this stalemate? It is imperative that you start on the right foot with your new employer. It is important you know what your contract contains. The more help that you give at this point will potentially result in negotiation periods being reduced.
Last year we made ours and we loved it. There were a few things we did to make it so and a few other things we wisely avoided. DO bring your camera and keep it handy. Our RT has shelves directly overhead, which are perfect for quick access.
Look what she got without leaving the RV! DO bring blackout material for your windows. Taking the road north, you may discover the lengthening hours of daylight and the shrinking nighttime. In fact, sleeping without darkened windows was nearly impossible.
We used Reflectix which we bought at a hardware store in Old Valdez.
We had no itinerary, only the days we had camping reservations for Denali National Park and Reserve. Otherwise we were free of schedules. You can go anywhere you want, whenever you want. DO Get the book, Milepost I brought mine from home in the form of tools and emergency supplies.
So my tools for home and auto repair give us some small sense of security. My wife has faith in my ability so she feels better as well. But engine or appliance failure is not the least of my fears. Pepper spray is for use against humans and is an illegal offensive weapon and in some places it will be confiscated.
Although we did talk VERY loudly on the trails and jingled our little bells right off.
DO seek out museums, demonstrations, events and local entertainment. Our quests included local quilt shops and Geocaches. There are native owned chach-kee shacks everywhere. Some actually sell native art, but all were run by truly beautiful people. Every tourist area is well equipped for Class A parking, so your Roadtrek Class B will have no problem.
In Alaska any spot in the road wide enough to pull over safely can be a boon docking paradise. We parked a dozen nights just off the road next to a rushing river or in the shade of a mountain or piney forest. Nothing beats being awakened by eagles screaming overhead. DO take a wildlife cruise of Prince William Sound.
Ours left from Valdez and went to Columbia Glacier. Whales smack their tails, otters tease, puffins squabble, bears fish, seals lounge and eagles soar, solely, it seems, for your pleasure. DO expect higher fuel prices. Alaska has all that crude oil, but no refineries.
There is no premium fuel in Alaska. If your vehicle takes premium, you need to buy lots of Octane Booster to add to the regular grade gas they sell there.
Several places have you fill on one side of the road and zoom across to the other side to pay. There are also completely unattended fuel stations.Aug 23, · DO: Take notes and screenshots while you test.
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