Walkabout Town B&B
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... to the airport to return the car with minutes to spare, and check in for our flights so we could lose our baggage. As we are waiting around for a midnight flight, Brendan and Rachel went to cloke their hand luggage so they wouldn't have to cart it around. You know that you are in Alaska! Along with the displayed list of rates for large luggage and small luggage was the rate for storing Moose Antlers ($16) and, if you were less successful, $7 for your gun.
... the effects of the quake. It was a 9.2 on March 27th 1964 (Good Friday) and it lasted for 4 minutes and 36 seconds. This would have seemed like an eternity.
After this tour we rechecked at the Hospitality Centre and still no news. L
We returned to the Federal Building so we could see the 5pm screening of "The day the earth shook". This was quite a good documentary about the earthquake. It had real footage ...
... 8211; an event delayed by an unfortunate technicality that requires the Anchorage sister city committee (a publicly funded body) to invite the residents of Anchorage to all their events. While I’d be pleased with such a rock star welcome, the committee’s budget cannot afford enough reindeer sausages and moose burgers to feed some 392 643 guests. We await advice from the lawyers.
Aside from slowing the global descent into savagery, ...
... to the glacier view point. What we didn't count on was the mosquitoes and I was a fool for taking off my travel vest which had at least one "OFF with Deet" towelette in it for my hoodie which had nothing of the sort in it. We hardly made it to the viewpoint before the bugs were really eating at me. (Don't know why it seems I'm the one who get's "bugged" the most?!) The view wasn't that good ...
... a former colleague of his parents' on a fossil-hunting expedition to Lake Natron on the Kenya-Tanzania border. To his surprise, he enjoyed the venture, but lacking academic credentials, he received little credit for the team's discoveries, so in 1965 he traveled to England to catch up on his school work, with the intention of resuming his education. When this proved more difficult than expected, he returned to ...