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... of the Paxson Lake, looking over it to a wide valley of thick pine tree cover, then to snowy mountains.
We stop at a large parking space over the lake and valley for photos and a look at a camper with an Australian sign on it. We take photos then approach the camper and hail the occupants. An Australian man answers the door and we chat for a while, until the mosquitoes drive us all inside their camper. The camper is simple, but very neatly kept, and seems to ...
... train at a flag stop along the way. She was convinced Crystal was drunk! It sure did explain her erratic behavior! We all kind of giggled as staff tried to make contact through the door.
The conductor finally showed up demanding she open the door. I think when they were talking drastic means to get the door open, she finally emerged. She was clearly drunk! She sat in the back seat and moaned and ...
... wildflowers particularly took my eye. The shopkeeper explained about how the town was devastated by an earthquake in the 60's - most of 4th Street (the main thoroughfare) sank under the road. No wonder everywhere look so clean and new here - most of it is! Lunch was at Humpy's - a great alehouse with a choice of over 50 draught beers and a pledge of "no **** on tap"! We had a bowl of broccoli and cheese soup with a taster flight of Alaskan beers - superb. We ...
... differ each season: from the thinner summer parkys to the heavy & very warm winter parkys.Most of them I could not envisage ever wearing in the Auckland winter but with Alaskan winters diving to anything from minus 20 to minus 60 her parkas fit the bill very well. Sheila also makes light weight kuspuks that the Eskimo women wear over the top of their ordinary clothes in summer.
I had about 90 minutes to do what I wanted so went for a wander down ...
After spending the morning working, we were able to go out and have some fun!
Today’s goal was to hike to the top of Flattop Mountain which was cool, because it was only about 15 miles outside (or is it above?) of Anchorage. Trip Advisor website told me that it was one of the most popular hikes by the locals, and once we got there it was easy to see ...
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