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... sunbathing, and swimming in the icy, glacial fed water of the Knik River. With the wide outwash plain, they drove their cars onto the gravel beachy area and set up camp. As we puttered down the road, a moose lazily sauntered across to get the greener grass on the other side; not in any hurry and not concerned about clearing the road for us. In fact, she glared at us! At the end of the road we did ...
... Alaska governor & vice presedential candidate, Sarah Palin & home to the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, the inaugural one left for Nome on March 3 1973.
The Iditarod Trail had its beginnings as a mail & supply route from the coastal towns of Seward & Knik to the interior mining camps at Flat, Ophir, Ruby & beyond to the west coast communities of Unalakleet, Elim, Golovin, White Mountain & Nome. Mail & supplies went in, gold came out, all ...
... I wasn't sure at all about how to get to Palmer from where I was but I figured if I just kept going north I would be ok & find the venue eventually.
As it turned out I had no problem finding the Fair & Eddie had replied to my text when it eventually sent, to tell me to meet him at the yellow gate. It was the first day of the Fair & the weather was awful so the queue to park wasn't as bad as I expected. I arrived at 12.30pm. I found the yellow gate easily (there ...
After an inspiring 8 month trip around the world, it was welcoming to return home just in time for Alaskan spring. Leaveless trees, birds gradually returning, and daylight gaining after a record snow-fall year. Alaska was slowly beginning to awaken.
I went back to work full time at Arctic Organics, living and working full-time on the farm. New friends and old, it quickly felt like home. A humble little cabin for ...
... off to get 2-new tires for my RAV (thanks AK roads - or better said "rutted pot hole infested driving strips" which must have destroyed my alignment and then ate the inside tread of my front tires......I didn't even notice, but luckily the oil change guy did.....wouldn't want to have a blow-out a hundred miles for anywhere on the ALCAN!).....then last minute laundry......last visit to the office to drop off some "thank yous" and here to ...
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