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... at the airport prior to calling Thr Great Alaskan Holidays office for the shuttle. I had some yummy salmon chowder. The shuttle came quickly, and we even got to see the RV orientation movie earlier than expected. On the shuttle ride, we met a nice family from New Zealand.
The RV orientation movie kinda scared the **** out of us as they point out everything that could go ...
... the basic requirements for long distance travelling. They are serious travellers and have been all over the world, leaving the camper in storage to return regularly to Oz. We take a note of their www.globalroamer2.com, and organize to send them some information they will find useful for their planned African trip.
We carry on through dense pine forest, seeing the Alaska Pipeline at times. We see a pipe bridge, and the characteristic radiator-equipped pylons which ...
... was sick. Crazy stuff really. And of course, she puked. Shortly after we heard the clang of a glass bottle hitting the floor. They made her move to another seat and cleaned up the mess and started collecting things. Yep. Hidden bottles in the seat!
Various crew talked with her and we heard the Conductor come across the radio stating it was now a mandatory. Pretty sure they were attempting Drug ...
... paddling again among
icebergs and waterfalls while watching and listening to a glacier. The sun was
uncharacteristically shining at Portage
and the heat wave of low 70’s remained in place.
We are currently making our way to Valdez from Anchorage along the Glenn
Hwy. This is a very scenic drive along mountain ridges. One scenic spot gave a great view of a braided river.
... branches of Orthodox Christianity. Nina is an electrical engineer from Khabarovsk, in the Russian Far East, who married the son of the village's founder and moved there in 1991. Nina, an out-sized personality, with a very strong entrepreneurial streak tries to keep the faith (and language) alive among the village children. As a side-line she peddles Russian souvenirs in her gift shop and a "Russian Experience", her home cooked food and ...