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The day felt like it went for ever as the days get longer in the summer months. A I walked back to the hostel I meat up with a few people that come from New Zealand. They had been living there for a few years and gave me some more ideas and witch guide to go ...
... to Friday. Sheila said that she could have dropped me off but I wasn't ready, I asked if she could wait 5 mins. I zoomed downstairs & returned a few minutes later dressed with my backpack.
It didn't take long to drive to Wasilla. (pop 7,850). The town started off as a station on the Alaska Railroad in 1917 then with the railroad & government auction bringing in settlers, Wasilla became the supply town for the Willow Creek Mining District. It is the hometown ...
... 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 ...
... made it just greasy enough to not head out anywhere.
After some coordinating texts with David Fobes, we arranged for the rental car return and David picked us up at the airport. From there we went to the Sea Galley Restaurant for dinner. David is my sister in law Kristy's brother. He's been living in Anchorage for a few years now. He's from Lodi, my hometown, and now is a partner in a fire restoration company with a man he met in a bar up ...
... we had an enjoyable retracing our ‘steps’ around the largest city in Alaska. Visiting the Glacier Brewhouse again …………. and if you can believe it we went shopping after finding an Internet connection in their downtown mall. They had better selections than we find down here in the lower 48.
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