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Travel Blogs from Palmer
... and people were gathering. Low and behold a pub with an outrageous
selection of beers on tap was a mere stone’s throw from our humble abode….off
we went :)
Heard from Miller. We
were a little saddened to hear he is not riding the mighty versys up to Haines
and back down (pussy) he will be flying in (and out)!!!
Enjoy the pics!!!
... a perfect spot to get changed which made the rest of the trip much more comfortable. As i was driving through the small town prior to Wasilla there was a police car with its lights flashing and there was a huge moose dead on the side of the road. There were vehicle tyre skid marks leading up to the moose. The car had been removed, but it must have just recently happened, I would hate to see the damage to the ...
... though because Alaska State Department of Fish and Game advise that “Every year, well-meaning people doom moose calves to an unnatural life in confinement – or kill them accidently – by “rescuing” them. It’s dangerous and unnecessary”. Apparently “rescuing” a seemingly orphaned calf is likely to bring 450+kg of angry mother moose down on top of you.
The National Rifle Association had the ...
It was arranged that Sheila would drop me off at the State Fair site on her way to feed a friend's dogs as I didn't want to get up too early but then I woke 7am ish so got dressed & went upstairs when I heard the garage door opening as I now planned to go with Eddie to save any hassle for Sheila. Eddie was cleaning his windscreen in his car in the drive about to drive off but waited whilst i quickly got my things together. A couple of minutes later Sheila rang asking if I ...
I certainly didn't want to get up when I woke at 05.45 but had to if I wanted to nip in to see the native cemetery at Eklutna before returning the car, it was pouring when I left at 7.15am.
Just as well I had jandels on (different colours of course) as there was a fairly deep puddle between me & the gate into Eklutna cemetery. The area was first settled more than 800 years ago & is the oldest inhabited location in the Anchorage area. Russian ...