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... my trip. He wants me to give a presentation at his club when I'm back. (Dean, please feel free to share the links I sent you with other members or they can send me their name and email to email@example.com so I can place them in my blog list).
At this moment the temperature in Guayaquil is 73 F and the humidity is 78%! When I arrive tomorrow it should be raining and ...
... on to Homer, the sunshine still visible through the trees as it considered setting. Hail summer solstice! On our way out I saw my first moose on the side of the road! We saw about eight more during the rest of the drive. We finally reached Homer around 2 am-after several attempts to find dinner and settling on a very unsatisfactory Taco Bell experience where we had a good laugh at a bad review on Yelp and then experienced this poor woman's nightmare all over again (I'll have two ...
... tried the choc covered bacon... it wasn't as disgusting as it sounds. Tasted like bacon and chocolate but somehow not gross? Wouldn't get it again though.
Next checked out the local salmon fishing stream right in the middle of town - where the seagulls were catching a lot more salmon than the fishermen were! Also muddy and slimy with lots of spawn depleted dead fish on the banks. A real tourist draw card. Cough cough.
... settle my stomach) for a bit. There were moose, reindeer, bison, musk oxen and black and brown bears. The boys loved watching the grizzly. And I got some amazing pictures. We found a great RV park right outside of Seward and settled in for the night. We plan on spending the next two days down here before heading back up to Alyeska on ...
... rush of 1897. Located on the Cook Inlet this town suffered the same effects as other low-lying towns during the 1964 earthquake when actual land sunk some 4 to 8 feet.
We met a woman at the Hope Museum-a collection of buildings representing the times of the past. One room school house, blacksmith shop, several homes, etc. She came to Alaska 30 years ago and settled in hope. I’m not sure how many years ...