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... the ship on a stretcher - the ambulance took his wife and luggage too. We explored around the ship for awhile - on our last walk back to our cabin we were starting to feel the movement of the ship. The Captain said there were 10-12 foot swells out in the open sea, so where're hoping for the best. We're wearing our seasick bracelets, and so far so good (and 2 hours in to feeling the movement, so I'm ...
... round trip!)
Schedules figured out Tom joined the group downtown where strolled the 3 blocks enjoying the murals and the gift shops. We walked back past the playground where Evie adopted a puppy and Tyler co-opted a skateboard while Sue prepared a halibut dinner - the last of 1/2 of the gifted halibut we had received. We gave the other half to Hans and Anna.
Filled with the bounty of good internet service we surfed the evening away and had an early night.
... read the "background" information on each animal and were intrigued by each animals rescue. Gracie found two bald eagles sitting in a tree that likely enjoy the company of all the animals. Austin was fascinated by the musk oxen, porcupine, lynx, and fox. She ran back and forth all over the place revisiting her favorite animals. Travis loved the brown bears, which was all of our favorite---they are huge, but he liked the bison a lot. ...
... but with risk vs benefit I felt that this trip was worth the risk. Our precautions: Got Seabands for Matt. Got Queasy beads Sarah and I. (they work on the same principal as Seabands only cuter!) Matt also got the patch. I was especially concerned about Sarah because if she's miserable, I'm miserable. I spoke with her pediatrician, kids can not have the patch, so OTC meds would have to do for Sarah.
Funny parenting moment: the morning of our tour, ...
... food for the musher, plane fees, etc.
-At the end of the race (in Nome) all of the mushers, dogs and equipment are flown home in a huge cargo plane.
-The winner this year (Mitch Seavey) completed the race in just over 8 days.
-Mushers use about 2,000 dog booties throughout the race to protect their 16 dogs' paws.
-Typical temps (though not this year) are -60 degrees Fahrenheit.
-The grand prize winner receives $50,000 and a new ...