It all began in the Boise Airport. Here's Mattie and I waiting for the plain to arrive and take us to Alaska!
We had some pretty long layovers and had to get creative so that we didn't go crazy! We actually sang as a choir to some passersby who learned that we were traveling to Alaska to tour.
The first city we visited was Fairbanks. Rachel, Me and Karen are standing on ice blocks being very excited to have finally arrived in Alaska!
A group of us found this super cool church made comletely of ice blocks (like an igloo, sorta) The acoustics were fabulous in there so naturally, being a choir, we sang a song!
We sound betting live! Especially when my voice isn't the loudest one :)
My Dogsledding experience! There were four sleds each hooked to 12 gorgeous Alaskan Huskies. The dogs were CRAZY! All they wanted to do was go-n-run and run they did!!
The beautiful animals and their handlers...so fun and energetic!
Uh huh, I got to drive the sled! It was pretty dang cool! It was 40 degrees outside and the dogs were hot...the handlers said the most comfortable temperature for them is below zero. Our sleds went about 25 MPH and the dogs wouldn't stop running for nothing, not even to use the bathroom (they just let it come out, Yuck)
There is a town near Fairbanks that is called North Pole and they keep the spirit of Christmas around all year! All the light poles are candy canes and there are christmas lights up in June!Cassie and I are standing in front of Santa Clause's House in North Pole, Alaska. There are reindeer in the back and a HUGE christmas store inside! Natali, you would've absolutly went crazy in there!
This is a letter to Santa written by a girl named Sara. Whenever a child writes a letter to santa and sends it in the mail to the North Pole, it comes to North Pole, Alaska. In the Santa Clause house there is a huge wall that is plastered with thousands of these adorable letters. It was especially cool to see these notes in a differant language!
Mattie and I on Santa's chair!