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... old days the whole coat told alot about the person, eg what area they were from, if they were married, how many children they had & much more. Whilst talking about the parky Sheila pointed out that there are no penguins in Alaska, nor igloos, it's the Canadian Eskimos who build those.
I had a look at what there was to do in Talkeetna, apart from walking round the town, which several people said was lovely & looking at pics in the brochures I agreed. There was a 5 ...
... br> Ideas are easy; execution is difficult. I call six rental agencies trying to rent a car ... nare-a-one to be had in Anchorage, Palmer, or Wasilla. I call Rent-A-Wreck (http://www.rentawreck.com/index.html) crying, begging, pleading for anything on wheels, even a wreck. I'm now a wreck -- I'd been to Beluga Lake and back --so the crying and begging are easy. Rent-A-Wreck pulls-through ... good-bye Anchorage, hello ...
... diversity of tundra and it isn't just in the arctic. Another interesting thing is permafrost. The road surface suffers from the effects and much of the pipeline is engineered to preserve and protect the permafrost. Ducks and swans are nesting in the barely thawed ponds. Who could think that this was possible. Totally opposite the wonders we saw in the boiling waters at Yellowstone that supports MANY organisms.
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... made with the wild berries that grow nearby.
We continued on to the Wrangell - St. Elias National Park. The girls picked up their Junior Ranger books and then we headed to Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge. (Owned by Princess Cruises.) The lodge had a view of Mount Sanford, Mount Drum, and Mount Wrangell, and there were ...
... of being restored. The original mill is one of those. There were National Park staff giving a tour to experts that will be working on the project in the coming years. Even more amazing is that the mill is now open to guided tours so we were able to see the entire process starting on the top floor and going down each floor. Guardrails have been put up on some floors to keep people in a certain area but some of the floors were completely accessible. Most of the ...
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