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Travel Blogs from Wasilla
Steve and I woke up ungodly early and drank coffee until the boys woke up. They do so much better recovering from the time difference. Once we were all up we headed into town and had breakfast at The Peanut Farm. The Peanut farm is right on Campbell Creek and we even saw some salmon running as we ate. Next we headed down to the Saturday Market on C Street. We spent some time talking to Dan Seavy, who was there selling and signing his book. ...
... back home soon… It’s ALWAYS fun to share "WAR Stories"!
At one of the other turn outs we came across a Princess Cruise Bus… Sitting in the turn out that had the company mechanic standing at the rear of the bus… With the engine and transmission covers up (open)… as I walked by I said… “looks ...
... wife was much shyer. They looked to be in there late forties. Susan was able to get her tshirt fix here.
We headed on toward Wasilla for the last night in the RV. It took longer than we hoped since the roads are so heaved. There was a long section under major replacement. It needs it. As we drove we came over upon such magnificent views of mountains and rivers and glaciers. The rivers do not look much our rivers. They are ...
July 23, 2014
It was a gray sky, chilly morning. I slept late all hunkered under the down comforter. We decided to head back to Hatcher Pass to tour the Independence Mine State Historical Park on the Harley...hoping the weather would improve. This mine recovered 141,000 troy ounces of gold using some complex, for the time, extraction methods. At the beginning of WW II, the mine was closed by the federal government because it ...
... or packing of my stuff so took my leave & went downstairs. It didn't take long to pack most of my things & then got between the sheets to enjoy my last night in the lovely comfy bed & my last night in Alaska. I was sorry to be leaving such a lovely State with so many friendly, hospitable people. Prior to coming I had intended that this was a once in a lifetime trip & I would never be back but Alaska had got under my skin & I could certainly see myself returning.
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