Alaska's Lake Lucille Bed & Breakfast
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... went downhill from there. We had a delicious seafood dinner at Simon and Seafort, cod stuffed with crab and macadamia nuts, and salmon. Delicious wine from Austrailia, James made a note of it, I can't remember. Lots of flowers everywhere - looks like they enjoy their short growing season up here. Anchorage reminds us of a beach town - most of the houses and smaller buildings are built from wood, and have that kind of worn ...
The Food Pantry in Wasilla was a hive of activity when we arrived, several volunteers were sorting through the mound of canned goods we collected on Saturday at the State Fair. The amount collected was incredible, people were so generous. Some local farmers donate some of their crops to the Pantry & today there was a large amount of zucchini available for customers. In addition to the donated food Eddie buys pallet loads of 'government food’, which he said ...
... government operated a boarding school for native children near the village before WWII.
I headed into the city allowing myself plenty of time to find Budget Rental Cars as I didn't actually know how to get there. As it was I found it without much of a problem.
It was a nippy morning so I changed into trou before catching a bus into the city & walked down to Elderberry Park to see the Captain Cook statue only I couldn't find it in the ...
... My aunt and uncle did various sightseeing, while I spent time with my dad fishing everywhere. I took him to Sheep Creek, where the fishing was poor. It had been like that all summer. The funniest time was when he hooked a carcass - "pre fileted," I called it. Aunt Leedelle and Uncle Kap joined us one day, where auntie caught the biggest red salmon! The thing was a monster. The kicker is that she wasn't even trying. Haha. I took dad to a few other secret spots, ...
... babies were super soft. Some of them were still clingy to mom, and others were brave and open to us petting them. The farm was also home to a bison named Dolly and a bull moose. Both had been bottle fed and raised by hand on the farm since they were babies.
The next stop we made was to the Musk Ox farm. The Alaskans called the musk ox 'oomingmak' aka 'the bearded one'...but what are they? They ...