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... activities, and they are more interested in food, young trees mainly Alder and Willow which grows in the permafrost. Many of the locals find moose tasty; a whole family can enjoy steaks all winter long, courtesy of a single moose.
We pass through Anchorage, which is the largest city of Alaska, and then we go for some time before we pass a few small towns, Palmer and Wasilla, where noticeably nearly every house has a small aircraft in their backyard instead of ...
... reindeer/caribou lose antlers in Oct-Nov and females in spring -- so Santa Claus's reindeer are all female not male! The free tour given by staff was excellent. I was happy to spend some extra time gazing at the Musk Ox, reintroduced successfully back in the wild! The center plans to reintroduce Wood Bison in 2015 in Alaska as they are extinct in the wild here. Girdwood, Aleyska Mountain, Seven Glaciers Restaurant Hungry! Drive ...
... was in fact going back to live in Svalbard, Norway as she is studying arctic cod. I had a great time sharing my stories and my memories of svalbard from last year. Before we knew it 10am had come around and we needed todrop our luggage in the cruise terminal and return the car. Well the cruise 'terminal'... a term i shall use very, VERY lightly, was essentially a huge colorbond shed the size of a small hanger that had half a dozen fold up steel chairs, ...
... stopped at the Potter Marsh nature preserve and walked the boardwalks looking for wildlife. With the exception of ducks and geese with goslings we didn’t see too much. We stopped for pictures several times along the 'Arm’ on the way to Girdwood, at one point to watch mountain goats picking their way along the sheer cliffs hundreds of feet above the highway. The zoom capabilities of our new camera came ...
... what it should do – where as it should be to show how we submit to His Authority as the central character in our life and bring him Glory. I thought the driver’s story did that simply and elegantly, and in a way that was more engaging than confrontational.
The bus trip itself took a few hours of relatively uninteresting countryside. We arrived in Anchorage at lunchtime and were allowed 1.5hours to explore town and get some lunch. The driver had ...
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