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... most other clubs rent space or meet at a Hotel.
At the start and end of each meeting, they sing their national anthem (I believe it is the short version) and they also pray.
The day of the meeting, I was the program. I thank everyone for their great hospitality and then I talked about the international project, the Global Grant and all the details involved.
After the meeting, some of the members go to the Club Room within their building and ...
... is Mukluk.
Did you know that brown bears and grizzly bears are the same kind of bear? Grizzly bears are what they're called if they live inland and brown bears are on the coast. Because brown bears have a steady diet of salmon protein, they tend to grow larger than grizzlies, who rely on berries and roots. The more you know...
After the sanctuary, we drove along the Seward Highway learning some local history, such as the Exxon spill, the ...
... travelling down Old Seward and seeing glaciers, moose and bears reminded me of the life I have chosen to live. Secluded, quiet and un-crowded. Anchorage was so much more busy and so much larger than I ever expected. I loved every minute of it. The art, music, culture, and especially the FOOD! What an amazing little urban oasis that will just keep getting better and busier as the years pass. It was a fantastic trip, and I will definitely be back.
... filling-up place. While we waited for our food, talked to an Athabascan Indian lady who had just set up a small museum in the roadhouse with family heirlooms. She lived in Copper Centre, and had interesting tales about life when she was young, bear encounters etc.
We carried on, and took photos of the Alaska Pipeline, lots of pine trees, of a decent size because we are down lower and probably out of the permafrost areas, more of the Alaska Pipeline, and ...
... br> At 11am on New Years Day 2014 we set off from Healy, Alaska on Lesson 1. Each cradled in a wooden sled basket, we felt the controlled slip and slide of the sled and watched the country unfold as the dogs raced off along the Stampede Trail. The Stampede Trail was also the route taken by Christopher McCandless as he set off on his ill-fated and ill-prepared Alaskan sojurn made famous by the book and film “Into the Wild”. Later on our trip we would visit the ...