Anchorage Downtown B&B at Raspberry Meadows
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Today I will be volunteering at the local zoo, the tour guy will be collecting me from the foyer at 9.00 AM, so a quick breakfast at the hotel and I will be on my way, I will be assisting the zoo keeper to fill and restock the food for the animals. the water needs changing, and the pens cleaned out.
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The day started off with a delicious breakfast made by none other than myself. We had to get ready quickly in order to make it to the open air market in time for its opening. We stopped by the gift shop and bought some Alaskan memorabilia and I got a cool knife and some Ulu knives. The next stop was the market, I had some grilled corn on the cob that was fresh. The funnel cake there is amazing doughy and sweet but not too hot. We got a cool gift for ...
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