After a restful and warm night at the Denali Totem Inn, where the Flo Charger is located, we went to Fairbanks, the northernmost city in the USA. Here we fully loaded 100% to do the last shopping before we set off on the last section of the tour to the north. Shortly behind Fairbanks we visited a small museum to the famous Alaska Pipeline, which was built in the 70’s to bring the oil from the north of Alaska to Valdez to the port. The USA could be supplied for 60 days with this national oil reserve. On a parking lot we met Peggy and Torsten of Arctic Winter Adventures, two Maschern from Germany, who have lived for a long time in Alaska and offer sled dog journeys. About 80 miles behind Fairbanks begins the famous Dalton Highway the northernmost highway in the USA. The 424 mile long road was originally built as a supply road for the oil fields on the north coast of Alaska, but it has been open to tourists since the 90s. It is almost only used by trucks at this time of year. It is quite narrow and we stayed as far as possible on the edge to let the truck pass without problems. The Dalton Highway is mostly gravel and is maintained daily by the DOT. In the evening we crossed the mighty Yukon River and along the pipeline to the DOT station 7 Mile where we could load overnight.