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Today we were the only ones in the house so we had the day to ourselves. We decided to take dad to our favorite restaurant "The FAT Ptarmigan" my dad helped my bro and I finish our pizzas. We then went on the Anchorage trolley that went around and taught us about Anchorage's past from tent city to the 1964 earthquake. It was very interesting and taught me a lot about the history of Anchorage and how Alaska became a state. My dad had ...
... 8.6 miles to the US gallon). The total cost came to A$1267 or $253 per day, but it allowed us the freedom to not have to plan accommodation in advance, and to stay in camping grounds that cost between $12 and $24 per night.
The presentation was a bit like the disclaimers and side effect statements seen on medication ads on US television - a list of disaster scenarios. A lot of it concerned the relative size and overhangs compared with the average US vehicle, a lot ...
... and shopping for whatever we forgot to get
We are now all packed except for those few items we need for
the morning. Checked in on our flight out. Our adventure is coming to an end!Hard to believe that this is now all over. What an
experience it has been. Winnie has
been a good traveler and we have not had any issues. Our weather for the entire
3 weeks has been perfect, except of those 2 days getting to and in ...
... will flow into you as sunshine flows into trees. The winds will blow their own freshness into you, and the storms their energy, while cares will drop off like autumn leaves." It was a powerfully moving and spiritual experience moving me to tears a number of times by the sheer beauty and majesty of this earth we've been given on which to live. Got back around 8 PM... Dinner at the Salmon Bake restaurant...not very good. Monday we had breakfast ...
... Tony Knowles Coastal Trail. The guy in the shop asked me why I needed to take such a big backpack with me, saying I could leave it in their shop but those who know me well will anticipate my response - "I need the bag & take it everywhere" So he fixed a panier on the bike & off I went, going via the backpackers to change into shorts & good cycling shoes (jandels!! black & green at that as I had black shorts & green t shirt - again those who encounter me ...