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... project is to build "The Children's City" at Monte Sinai. He is already working on a draft and details of the project to present it in the future.
The school at Monte Sinai is a multi-complex building. It serves as a community gathering, a church, a school and an adult training center. Father Simon is a very practical person and he believes in using infrastructures to the max.
The reason we wanted to see the school at Monte Sinai is because part of ...
... a large salmon with very red flesh, and a seagull feeding on the scraps.
We pass through the outskirts of the junction town of Glennallen (mile 115) and talk to a woman in the information centre who highly recommends the two to three hour excursion to Valdez, and describes it in glowing terms. We’re tempted, but it’s already 3pm, and we have to have the camper back by 6pm tomorrow, so we decided to compromise by travelling down the Ric******* Highway ...
... laws of physics. Conservation of momentum and friction coefficients mean that under certain circumstances, such as the near vertical slopes we occasionally descended, the velocity of the sled (unchecked) would exceed that of the dog team. Either the sled would run over the dogs or the dogs would join you in the sled. Neither was a desirable outcome. Similarly, sled travel is subject to the laws of vectors. The lead dog runs some 15m ahead of the sled, meaning on ...
We had to have our bags out by 6am today so we were up at 5. After we put the bags out we went down to the local Starbucks for coffee and breakfast. We returned to the hotel to board the bus for the short ride to the train station where we boarded the McKinley Explorer bound for Denali National Park.
Holland America have their own rail cars. They are double-storied, the lower level being the dining car with seating upstairs. The upper level is glass ...
... City has a very active communities of both. Monks Rock Café includes a shop selling Russian-made goods- mostly religious artifacts. But its main attraction is the excellent café and bakery. A 21-year old from Santa Barbara is now the enterprise's baker (he told me that he'd been in and out of trouble back home, but now intended to stay in Kodiak, where through gifts and donations, the Academy is building a dedicated bakery). I'm not able ...