The sign pretty much says it all: Cheap beer, lousy food. This sign is from a restaurant in Seward, Alaska.
One of my favorite road signs in Alaska - “Caution: Yield to All Aircraft.” Seems like great advice. You can find this sign somewhere around Lake Hood, in Anchorage, Alaska.
The Welcome to Beautiful Downtown Talkeetna (Alaska) sign.
As one last photo of Alaska (for the time being), here’s the Arctic Circle sign that you’ll find on the Dalton Highway north of Fairbanks, on the way up north to places like Deadhorse and Prudhoe Bay.
I don’t remember the original source of this, “Warning, coyote activity,” but we have a lot of coyotes in Colorado, so I’ll be sure to keep an eye out for dangerous coyote activity. ;)
Every year about this time I have to fight the urge to move back to Alaska. If you ever happen to drive up there you might come across this “North to Alaska” sign.
This is the speed limit sign on the Dalton Highway in Alaska. If I remember right, this is the only speed limit sign you’ll see when headed north from Fairbanks heading towards Prudhoe Bay. (I started off driving about 50 mph, but then after realizing I was the only person on the road, I drove as fast as conditions allowed, typically around 90 mph.)
If you like signs, this signpost on the corner of 4th and F streets in Anchorage, Alaska shows the distance to many other cities in the U.S. and around the world.
A favorite sign in Alaska. Anchorage to the right, Fairbanks to the left. Keep it simple.