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... the government purchases to, I think, keep prices down (I will need elucidation please Eddie!).
Eddie showed me around the premises, he had a 2nd office built recently & is now on his own, with a very nice desk which he said Sheila got for him. Originally the Food Pantry was in a cupboard in the church building next door & has expanded several times so they are able to help feed more & more people in the community. They recently also had a new chiller added ...
... she agrees to it.
After dinner Sheila & Eddie had decided to take me out for a drive round the valley to show me various things, Connie came too & in fact drove her car. I was given pride of place in the front so that I could take photos more easily.
We went up to a place called Wasilla that doesn’t have a central ‘downtown’ area, the shops are all strung out. I was shown where Eddie works as Executive Director of an organization that ...
... All 11 of us had the same story; we had read the reg book, but the Fish and Game signs said that we were indeed allowed to fish. The trooper argued that the reg book takes precedent, and proceeded to write all 11 of us a ticket for fishing in enclosed waters. The ticket was only for $110, but considering I believed I had done nothing wrong and did not want that kind of ticket on my record, plus just the principle of the thing, I opted to take it to court to fight this ticket. ...
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... of the Iditarod dog sled race, where we started by taking a short ride on a cart pulled by 8 dogs. They can really move fast, and have to train summer and winter, for the annual race, which was started in the 1960's but the father of the current owner.
Our next stop was a lake - after walking through the woods and stepping one a boardwalk over the marshy bank of the lake we were directed to ...