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So, we had a rough start to our honeymoon. We made our first flight to Sea-Tac alright but then we missed our second flight. For some reason, the airlines switched our gate. The original gate had the same destination at a time very similar but off by an hour from our flight. So, when we got to the gate, we just assumed we misread the time. I don't …
... mile 55.5) which looks a bit like a suspension bridge without the wires. Follow the base of some large mountains down along the east bank of the river. We climb along the flanks of these rivers, decide we have had enough for a morning, find a nice view of the river, and have lunch and a break. Dianne eventually has a sleep about 3pm while Murray does Blog Chores. He hears low flying jet aircraft, probably military, but it is too cloudy to bother looking, then there is a ...
... guide fortunately gave us plenty of time on our own to let us soak it in and try to process it. When he whipped out sandwiches and we had lunch as that as our backdrop, that took the cake. On the ride back it started to gently rain. We were well equipped with the rental gear and actually the rain added to the ambience. I'm glad the weather held most of the day and that we had a clear. Dry view of the glacier, but for the way back the rain was a great touch. ...
... reproducing in whole, one of the menu items:
"Mazeltov Marvel: Oy Vay. Finally something with chutzpah! Qvit kvetching already! Such Pastrami! Such flavah! Better than Klezmer even! Go ahead! Order this Pastrami delight! Don't be meshuggenah. Get noshing..."
And it was delicious!!
But we have one more Russian treat in store. The prize for chutzpah goes to Nina Fefelov, the proprietor of the Samovar Café and ...
... an increase in Aurora activity and strength. These particles and energy are also affected by increasing solar wind. It's impossible to know when the flares are coming but there are active sun spots to look for. All year the Auroras have been photographed. The only thing you can do is pick a date with strong activity and follow a 28 day cycle for those days that the most active sun spots are facing the earth. Two particularly strong days were July 24th ...
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