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... Anchorage, when was it made a town the list was so long.
At 12 o'clock I felt hungry so I look for a nice place to eat. I found the middle way cafe that served roast beef sandwiches. It tock 10 mins to get the meal. it was worth the wait it tasted so amazing, the meat fell apart as I ate it.
At the cafe the food tasted so good, it crumbled in my moth and the meat was so tender. the cafe had a wonderful view looking ...
... one of the organisers & she was presented with a birthday cake, which was cut up & handed out to everyone at the meeting.
Eddie dropped me home & I spent most of the afternoon working on my blog. It was another beautiful, sunny day but I stayed inside. I began dinner shortly before Eddie got home, he said Sheila was stuck in another traffic jam. When she arrived home she had finished sewing a summer parky for me apart from the pockets, which she had left ...
... only 1030 or 11 pm and it was getting too dark to see!!!!!!! I announced with a sadness this revelation, as cookie and Josh help up their cell phone for light. We had come unprepared for darkness; all summer we were used to the never ending light, but now, summer was coming to a close, and it was very dark out. We were prepared with our shotguns; a big brown bear liked to frequent the campground and get into the garbage. We heard nothing that night as we slept, but at one point in ...
... clearly see fish jumping. I decided to try here, and spent the rest of the afternoon not catching anything, although I could see the salmon all around me. I headed back just before supper time, but Dad and Kap were not back yet. They returned later in the evening, being out for over 16 hours. The only thing anyone caught was a trout. Kap had hooked it, excited, only to find out that regulations state you are not allowed to keep trout on the Kenai. Highly disappointed, they did ...
Today we head for Palmer. A stop in Talkeetka would be good. They have a town art festival. The town is crowded with people waiting for the train as we al people just enjoying the day. We found a local outdoor restaurant to have lunch.
A little low on booze, we stock up ...
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