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... first then attach the little sucker things to get the milk. Very fascinating to watch but not such a great view of the cows *****! We then walked over to the massive barn where the cows were waiting to get milked but you would have to walk past all the little calves which were in their own individual huts. They had little collars on which were attached to a chain so they didn't run off. Trouble is we would walk past and they all were trying to run out but obviously ...
... gun department. Took a look at some Glocks, Smith & Wesson's and even some Walther's. I thought and thought and then went to look at fishing poles. Less temptations, more serenity...After killing (don't read anything into that) about a half hour, I mosied on back to Camping World.
Dave was waiting for me. "I have bad news for you" he said. "The parts guy ordered the wrong air-conditioner" he said. "We don't have the one for ...
... one inch of snow? Maybe we should wait.
· Called Chatanika Lodge. We’ll get there Sunday and Monday.
· Just call North Country B & B. If its clear we can shoot in the back yard. Susitna rover Lodge might be better. Right in Talkeetna. If it snows we can go to the pizza place and be right there. Makes sense. Dial the number. But ...
... my friends from my trip helped me carry my bags and get my luggage. Luckily Katie and Becky who came to pick me up found me in luggage claim easily. With Cory along for the ride, we all piled in the car. On the way home we stopped at culverts and got some cheese curds before continuing home. Once I got home I dropped my bags off (and the one I brought back for Trisha) and reloaded into another car Cory's things. I then dropped him off ...
... Akasofu is content to let others bat it around. In
a career entering its sixth decade in which his own theories have been both
embraced and disproven, Akasofu wonders if we will ever fully understand the
aurora. One of his favorite quotes regarding the mystery of it all is from
Charles Hall, an arctic explorer of the 19th century, who, pondering lights in
the sky, wrote in 1864: “Who but God can conceive such infinite scenes ...