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Originally posted by starviego
The place is frozen over eight months out of the year. Up in Fairbanks they leave their cars running overnight just so they don't have to risk starting them in the morning. Pack some warm things.
Originally posted by Siblin
Daeoeste, you're a man of my own heart. Just do one thing.
Read Into the Wild. Or watch the film.
If you're going to Alaska, go to a town. Don't try to make it in the wilderness. Just don't.
Remember this handy fact: When you are sleeping you begin to freeze to death at a balmy 15 degrees C. What temperature does it get down to in Alaska?
Originally posted by greeneyedleo
Majority of cars have engine block heaters that you plug in. Some may leave the car running, when running into a store for a short time...but the cars are NOT left on all night long.