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The Alaska State Fair is late August and this is where the extremely large vegetables are displayed. The reason they grow so large here is due to the long daylight hours in summer. The records from this area include a 65 lb. cantaloupe, 32 lb. beet, 63 lb. celery, 25 ...
... Martin showed all the gear used to keep the dogs warm on the trip and the items needed by the mushers.
From there we spent time with five, four week old, sled dog pups. They were quite cuddly and Typhoon their mother was content with us handling them. This helps socialize the pups to the handling they receive as they become Iditarod team dogs.
Tomorrow we will travel the short distance to Anchorage to visit with the ...
Today, we did the Farmers Market, right downtown. Amazing selection of all things Alaska - native crafts, food everywhere, Just a great place to hang out. Everyone is SO friendly. I think they have this tourism thing figured out. Luckily, Jane's suitcase weighs 49 pounds 15 ounces, so she couldn't buy anything. Not sure where Ilene will put her stuff. While the rest were shopping, I took a Trolley tour. The guide was terrific. ...
... t fix it with duct tape then it really is broken (see http://aviationhumor.net/duct-tape-use- number-1001-repair-a-plane-after-a-bear -attack/# for inspiration and how to fix your float plane after it has been trashed by a bear). For the kids the fair offers cookie bake-offs, colouring in competitions, Pirates for Hire and Reptile World (reptiles alas are absent from Alaska). The too cool for school teenagers can demonstrate their dexterity in the ...
The Food Pantry in Wasilla was a hive of activity when we arrived, several volunteers were sorting through the mound of canned goods we collected on Saturday at the State Fair. The amount collected was incredible, people were so generous. Some local farmers donate some of their crops to the Pantry & today there was a large amount of zucchini available for customers. In addition to the donated food Eddie buys pallet loads of 'government food’, which he said ...
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