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As you know, I'm back home in Alaska!
It was a great trip and I was able to meet all of my objectives (interviews, photos of sites, meet with local Rotarians and participate in events). Besides that, I made great friends, visit some amazing places and ate some great food!
Now my job is to help Daniel (in Guayaquil) to finish the Global Grant proposal and to start my PowerPoint presentation so I can present the project to the other clubs ...
... Moosetooth pizza
Favourite drink- Grgich Hills Fume Blanc@Whaletail
I do not waste time on sleep during my infrequent vacations. But but it is day 4 and we are both pretty spent. We slept in, took a dip in the hotel hot tub and had a fantastic breakfast of the tourist loving reindeer sausage and eggs. Not too bad if I do say so myself. The rest of the day was spent relaxing and exploring parts of down town we had not seen. We ...
... but I didn't earn enough money to go on another Alaskan Cruise!!! We headed to the Kobuk Jade Company. We ate our lunches and guess what we had? Sandwiches! When you are on the road far away from cities, you eat a lot of sandwiches. At least they were good! After we ate, we went into the shop and learned about jade. We were not able to see the men polish, cut, and carve the jade because the salmon started running and they HAD ...
... of the Paxson Lake, looking over it to a wide valley of thick pine tree cover, then to snowy mountains.
We stop at a large parking space over the lake and valley for photos and a look at a camper with an Australian sign on it. We take photos then approach the camper and hail the occupants. An Australian man answers the door and we chat for a while, until the mosquitoes drive us all inside their camper. The camper is simple, but very neatly kept, and seems to ...
... 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 ...