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... really get dark.
We drove 292 miles and saw no wildlife.
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... a fresh coat of paint, although I'm not sure why since most of the actual mine buildings were crumpled and the rail tracks laid in a rusty heap at the bottom of the hill. There were huge rusting gears, and pipes, and stakes that came to their final resting place in the stream flowing out of the mountain and through the town. I wanted to take a picture of a fern growing through a huge metal grate to show that Mother Nature ...
... if he thought they should go to it. The driver didn't respond at first so I said that I thought that it is such an iconic thing that one should take the opportunity & go but if they take 2 cans of food tomorrow they will get in much cheaper (on reflection I think I put them astray with that as I think that only applied to yesterday but hey ho if they do that it will be another donation for The Food Pantry).
When we arrived at the Heritage ...
... met Sue but it did not take long to feel like I had known her forever.) They fixed us a wonderful meal of fresh salmon and halibut. And it was fresh. They had just returned from a fishing trip.
We thought we would probably just spend a couple of hours with Sue and be on our way but we decided to spend the next day with her as well. So the second night we just parked our motor home ...
... is the second most rare in the world (after vicuņa) and it is called qiviut (kiv-ee-ut). It is more amazing than cashmere -- softer, lighter, warmer and won't shrink. Each spring their shedding hair is collected, milled into yarn, shipped to Native villages around Alaska where the fiber is knitted into clothing and accessories. As a non profit, the goal of the farm is to help the Native Alaskans be more ...
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