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... the government purchases to, I think, keep prices down (I will need elucidation please Eddie!).
Eddie showed me around the premises, he had a 2nd office built recently & is now on his own, with a very nice desk which he said Sheila got for him. Originally the Food Pantry was in a cupboard in the church building next door & has expanded several times so they are able to help feed more & more people in the community. They recently also had a new chiller added ...
Ice Climbing proved to be a challenge. At first, we weren't sure we would tackle it with grace but we were sure going to give it our all!
We arrive at the site and are informed that we should have brought lunch; so we buy a couple of granola bars to sustain us during the day and make our way to get our special shoes, helmets, crampons and harnesses. I think it took an hour to get us all together since the shoes were not fitting ...
Today's excursion took me back to the Anchorage railway station again - this time travelling north to a small town called Wasilla.
This town is in the valley across the mountains that line the city of Anchorage, and it is also the home of the infamous Sarah Palin - more on that later.
After alighting from the train at 9.30am, I was met by my tour guide for the day, Barbara.
Our first stop was to visit ...
... by clouds.
The flight itself was relatively smooth and uneventful. To shake things up a bit I spilled half a glass of cranberry juice in my lap and on the guy seated next to me - I felt he wasn't miserable enough cramming his tall frame into a center seat for three and a half hours. Fortunately he was gracious about it and fellow passengers quickly started handing napkins over the seats to help clean us up.
Alaska kept from ...
Surprisingly (or, really, not) we checked out relatively late (no doubt related to the previous evening's carousing) and stopped into Fast Eddie’s for a gigantic breakfast. I had my first (and most certainly not last) reindeer sausage of the Summer. The roads were beautiful, remote and surrounded by tall, lush pines. There was no cell phone service, which wasn’t a surprise (and ...
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