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... down to just one suitcase to take home. Hopefully it will not be over weight. We had to get the RV ready to turn in tomorrow.
Dinner was vegetarian. It was combination of what was left, mostly carbs. Breakfast will be...do not even ask. You would not believe me anyway. At 9:30 as I start to type the moon has risen and the sun is shining on the snow on the mountains. The sun set is 11 something and the sunrise is 4 something. It ...
July 23, 2014
It was a gray sky, chilly morning. I slept late all hunkered under the down comforter. We decided to head back to Hatcher Pass to tour the Independence Mine State Historical Park on the Harley...hoping the weather would improve. This mine recovered 141,000 troy ounces of gold using some complex, for the time, extraction methods. At the beginning of WW II, the mine was closed by the federal government because it ...
... only to walk up the rocky trail; otherwise...it was summer, and shoes were optional. I would stand in the warm water, the mud squishing between my toes, all day, and well into the night, until darkness fell in the early morning hours. I earned a reputation at Sheep among the locals, and everyone knew me as the "girl with the Glock." Then back to the campsite we would head to cook the fish we had caught before falling asleep in the tent. This particular spot is the best fishing hole ...
While we were at Denali, I called Sue to see if we could stop by and see her which we did. We found a campground close to her house and then went there for dinner. She had some other friends over who were like Richard's Alaska family so it was good to meet them. (For those who don't know, Richard was my nephew and he died last fall so it was sad that I did not get to touch base with him. I ...
... to walk around the pens to feed and pet them -- especially the babies. They obviously knew the routine very well because as we began making our way into their corral, many of them hopped up from the cooling mud to get the pellets we had been given. Naturally we had to put the pellets in our hand to feed them, but they don't have top teeth so they didn't bite us. They were mostly sweet, but very ...
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