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Luckily, we usually don’t mind the cities – the cultural differences there can be as fascinating to us as the natural world just outside them.Parking-lot camping with some of our fellow working nomad friends at Pioneer Park in Fairbanks – it isn’t glamorous, but the cell signal’s solid, and we got to walk to lots of things going on nearby for the summer solstice!We’re rarely willing to gamble on having a chance to go somewhere again “someday” if the opportunity strikes sooner.
Since this will be a loooong recap post, I’ll break it out into some easier-to-digest questions and answers. Most of my reasoning for not going into extreme detail ourselves is because our version of visiting Alaska was quite a bit different (and to be honest, probably much more boring! The only exceptions were some vacation days taken during parts of the drive to and from Alaska, when we were without any cell phone service or internet access — about a week and a half total for both long drives, since there were a few cities along the way where we could work a day or two (Prince George, Whitehorse, and Tok) before going ‘dark’ again.
Our summer may sound like a drag if your passion is being mostly in the wilderness, away from it all — and sometimes it was a bit of a bummer, when we wanted to do that and couldn’t — but we love our jobs, they pay us well, and allow us the flexibility to work from anywhere in the world that we can find a decent internet connection.