The Curtiss Sawmill is built by Ralph Curtiss halfway between Fairbanks and Nenana, Alaska. The sawmill provided much needed lumber to the community by timbering and milling spruce trees. This lumber would then be used for building log homes and also as a heating source for local residents.
Don Deck purchases the sawmill and remodels it into a bar called The Halfway House, aptly named due to its location between Fairbanks and Nenana.
Richard (Skinny) Hiland purchases The Halfway House. He adds an inn to give travelers a place to rest and relax. In 1985 Skinny makes use of his good name to create Skinny Dick's Halfway Inn, a place for great laughs and moments. Skinny passed away in 2008.
Skinny's continues to provide guests with memories of enjoyment and laughs to remember for years to come.
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