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... most other clubs rent space or meet at a Hotel.
At the start and end of each meeting, they sing their national anthem (I believe it is the short version) and they also pray.
The day of the meeting, I was the program. I thank everyone for their great hospitality and then I talked about the international project, the Global Grant and all the details involved.
After the meeting, some of the members go to the Club Room within their building and ...
... fishermen walking back toward the filleting tables with their catch. There are camping areas on both sides of the rivers offering fishing charters and guides, and dozens of fishermen in waders trying their luck in the opaque, silt-laden waters.
We drive the loop road back onto the highway (mile 100) then back towards Glennallen to cross the Klutina River at a major bridge, which we walk, taking photos of more fishermen, and getting a look at the culture of the ...
... Coastal Trail, which was a good start to the day. The sun was shining brightly, but there was a chill in the air early on. The area reminded me a bit of the Camargue - marshy mud flats, with lots of birdlime. We walked past some beautiful houses - all made of wood, which seems amazing given there will be at least 4 feet of snow most of the Winter and Winter here is mid September to mid May. Several houses had windows below ground level - I suppose if it is dark ...
... hamburger and fries and some back-of-the-cupboard Chateau vin Ordinaire on the front porch of our new apartment. We were in Alaska.
Our apartment is great – just a 100m or so from a coastal lagoon and a bike path where we saw moose (cow, calf and a large bull) just a few days after we arrived. Migrating salmon swim under the bridge and Sandhill cranes stalk through the coastal meadows – all just minutes from our door. There was a ...
... Alaskans have been using using these knives for hundreds of years. The knife is curved, and is supposed to be much better for your hands if you have arthritis, and more ergonomically correct. When we were at Earthquake Park, Joe went down a narrow trail overlooking the bluff and saw several people swimming in Cooks Inlet. The water had to be freezing, but there were a number of young people there with their kayaks and other items. Several groups were ...
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