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... in Alaska we have seen the Black Spruce trees covering the landscape in many areas. These trees are stunted and often leaning over due to their short roots, and look like a forest of jagged sticks poking up all over. In fact, the geographic term Taiga that describes these areas means "little sticks." But before we knew what they were, Shane and I endearingly referred to them "Dr. Seuss trees" because they do indeed look like a Seuss creation. Bent, ...
... to pick him up from the airport. We went home and slept while we waited for Josh to finish shift. The next morning, we drove to Tok and spent the night there and visited the family. Friday, we headed out on two wheelers for First Cabin. I'm going to backtrack for a second. If you recall, our first trip to First Cabin was miserable, and a big part of the problem was Josh's wheeler. It was geared too high to run the massive tires he put on there, so he took the machine into ...
... flags off the trees as Josh grabbed the chainsaw and proceeded to cut down trees and block the trail, so whoever else was using it would lose their way. We followed the flags, continuing our destruction, for several miles. We eventually stopped with the sabatoge as the flags continued. We wondered exactly how far they had gotten, so we continued to follow. At one point, Anthony, Josh's son, said, "Dad, we passed here already!" Of course the adults shushed the ten year old; they knew ...
... we avoid Walmart as much as possible. So, pulling into the parking lot was quite an amazing sight. Wall to wall RVs camped out filling 1/3 of the lot. It was quite a display. We laughed about it, but by the time we finished our shopping, we had talked ourselves into setting up for the night - just for the "experience." I think we just wanted to prove we could play with the big boys. It's a well known fact that Walmarts (in select locations) welcome RVers ...
... on the road
better slow down to a crawl
or you will be towed.
Whitehorse Walmart Camp
monster rigs and little tykes
Asphalt to camp on
groceries and cheap plastic ****
all needs met at once.
Sun refuses sleep
nightfall masked in light.
If no hot showers
tubs of water will suffice
makes you feel so ...