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... sun was pouring into our room, no air conditioning, but thank goodness a portable fan. We were sweating in Alaska! Needed wine, so we ventured out to a grocery store, as we are walking around the small town, Amelia says she heard someone mention a Safeway ~ now she tells us! We found Safeway & the "keg" store next to it, surprisingly Kendall Jackson c******nay was cheaper here than Georgia! Checking out, Lynn, asked for all of our ID's, since ...
... catch to ferry to Whittier tomorrow as they are heading to Homer. It has rained here for the last 3 days they have been here so they are camped on the verandah outside the office. I had a good chat with them as they had been to a lot of the places Kaff & I had been to last trip to Canada.
Tonight its now washing clothes and sorting them out. Its amazing how long you can wear a pair of ...
... don't think they got the memo either. No bears..will try to see them tomorrow.
Free day to relax and catch up on repairs. Went to look for bears again.....nothing.
We did see seals eating salmon.
Valdez is a beautiful town, but still has not fully recuperated from the oil spill. Tour boats are not allowed to travel by where the spill ...
... Came back to Valdez and then went to the Valdez Museum which deals in great detail with the earthquake and tsunami of 1964 where 33 in Valdez died and 130 in all Alaska. Getting ready to catch the ferry tomorrow to Whittier.
FUN FACTS FOR GRANDKIDDOS
-Fairbanks temp was around 80 here it us 55
... day of the trip so far scenery wise.
Did you know that a mosquito weighs about 1/25,000 of an ounce, that they cause more human deaths than any other animals, and that there are about 20,000 varieties of the buggers? Neither did I, but last night after dinner, and again this morning as we emerged from our cottages, all 20,000 varieties were waiting to pounce on us. We exhausted two cans of 'bug spray' as they call it, but the natural stuff was ...