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... Life is good. Father Jaime and his parishioners made us feel very welcome.
Now to get the truck trailer brake controller fixed so we can continue our journey.
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In the late 19th century, the U.S. government began to take interest in the Matanuska coal fields located north of ...
... houses, they built orderly rows of tents along the railroad. But even the tents were not ready in time for all the families, meaning that some families had to double up in the tents for a time. On May 23rd, the colony men were lined up to draw a number from a cardboard box that would designate the 40 (or 80)-acre tract of land that would be theirs to farm. Many were disappointed by the appearance of their tract covered in forestland and ...
... that wasn't really going to be possible. As always we continued on and figure something else out. We decided we still wanted to see Prince William Sound even if it wasn't much of the area or for long. We hopped aboard the Magic Bus (which Kimber continued to refer to as the Magic School Bus) and snagged a ride to Whittier, a town created by the military during WWII. We hopped aboard a boat and cruised around a small part of the sound, stopping to watch two humpback whales ...
... of excitement. I plucked the shimmering gold flecks off the lip of the pan. Oh so gingerly I placed them in a small plastic Tupperware. I scooped more and swirled more until my legs ached and my feet were frozen.
I decided to trot a pan across the road to where the truck was parked and do my swirl, dump routine there. A truck with Alaska plates pulled up and an official looking young man got out. He approached me ...
... weathered and rounded rocks carried down from the igneous towers. I didn't know which way to look because the views were stunning on both sides of the 'highway'. The broad valleys were cut with floodplains and outwashes of the braided streams, fringed with wildflowers and conifers gently arching over the water. I swear it was like being in a Thomas Kincaide painting!
These mounds were backed by towering, jagged snow capped mountains. ...