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We slept in a little, and got a late start - BUT - we weren't in a burry today anyway. We drove by Ship Creek, where Anchorage was founded as a tent city during the Gold Rush. Current population is just under 300,000; and covers 1,961 square miles. There is everything you would expect in a big city including Lowes, Olive Garden, Target, Walgreens and Starbucks. Anchorage is known for its summer flowers and hanging baskets ...
The Food Pantry in Wasilla was a hive of activity when we arrived, several volunteers were sorting through the mound of canned goods we collected on Saturday at the State Fair. The amount collected was incredible, people were so generous. Some local farmers donate some of their crops to the Pantry & today there was a large amount of zucchini available for customers. In addition to the donated food Eddie buys pallet loads of 'government food’, which he said ...
... so the staff could lock up & go home. I was sitting in the sun when Sheila arrived to pick me up.
There was a traffic jam on the highway that was really bad so we were stop start the whole way, consequently the car was overheating. In order to cool it down Sheila had to put the heater on but her car windows do not open since a dog chewed through the wiring!!!! The car interior was getting very warm to say the least & we were beginning to bake so ...
... in a good word with Santa for ALL of you and then went out to feed Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donner and Blitzen and Rudolf, just for good measure! Not to mention the other 50 that were roaming around. That was a hoot, but that wasn't all that was in store for us. We (Nick and I), actually kissed a freeking MOOSE! Oh yes we did! Can you tell that after all ...
... My aunt and uncle did various sightseeing, while I spent time with my dad fishing everywhere. I took him to Sheep Creek, where the fishing was poor. It had been like that all summer. The funniest time was when he hooked a carcass - "pre fileted," I called it. Aunt Leedelle and Uncle Kap joined us one day, where auntie caught the biggest red salmon! The thing was a monster. The kicker is that she wasn't even trying. Haha. I took dad to a few other secret spots, ...
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