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Travel Blogs from Wasilla
... by the time we got going everyone was a little grumpy. We turned the RV north and started for Denali National Park. The weather teased us all day - intermittently changing from cloudy to sunny to showers to down pours. We saw some gorgeous scenery and an eagle on our drive. Denali herself refused to come out though. They say that only 30% of all visitors ever see her. We ...
... the main speaker, Dr Deena Paramo, who is superintendent for the Mat-Su Borough School District. She spoke about the school system in the Wasilla area & what their aims are for each & every child & her desire that all Mat-Su students graduate with the skills & knowledge to prepare them for a successful career, military, or college experience after graduating. She was a great speaker, interesting & passionate about what she does.
It was the ...
Not a great sleep, I think it was because I was worried about whether the car would start in the morning after the episode 2 days ago when it wouldn't even start when attached by jumper leads to the Shnider's big truck. I got up about 6.30 & it started like a dream Colleen had got up early to check the car was working ok as there is only 1 taxi in Valdez & I didn't want to miss my flight.
We chatted in the house for a while before she suggested I leave for the ...
... We're taking the Alaska Railroad through Denali to Fairbanks. It's an 11 1/2 hour trip. We hope to see some wildlife and maybe a glimpse of Mt. McKinley. In order to see that, this pesky snow and the low hanging clouds have to move on. Not sure what the forecast is for that area but they're forecasting partly cloudy and starting to get much colder in Fairbanks. The Anchorage Dispatch is forecasting strengthening Aurora activity for the weekend and there ...
... had converted to Russian Orthodox were permitted to bury their family members in the same manner as they ahd always done in the past, except that instead of cremating the body, they buried it, covered in a carpet, logs and stones, then a little house was placed on top after 40 days. Traditionally, the little house was allowed to rot and return to the surrounding earth, but these days, they are painted ...
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