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... his & he posed for me!
Eddie was going to drop me home prior to the Chamber of Commerce meeting he was going to attend but then said I could go if I wanted, so I did as I wanted to know what it was about. The meeting was held in the Grandview Hotel in Wasilla, we were early, as Eddie had expected to take me home first. There was a buffet lunch, which we partook of & Eddie introduced me to several people. There were 2 speakers, one owned a small printing ...
... brought 2 cans of food to donate. We received so much food again from the community it was fantastic. I was trying to keep the donations tidy instead of having plastic bags everywhere so packed the tins into the empty boxes as they were donated. When there'd been a rush on & there were several bags lying around a member of the public came to help put the cans into the boxes. Eddie was taking the boxes away several at a time with a handcart & emptying them into a ...
... amp; Wisconsin. They arrived in May 1935 by train & ship & were initially housed in tents. Each family drew lots for 40-acre plots of land & so began their lives of farming but the failure rate was high, although many of their descendants still live in the area. Apparently Palmer is more or less a closed town as they will not agree to let any big businesses such as Walmart, set up shop. Also those who haven’t been in the town since 1935 are not totally ...
And it just wouldn't be a trip to AK if I didn't have at least one close encounter of the Moose kind. I do miss seeing Moose in the morning during my near daily walks. Not much chance of seeing anything besides a pet dog in Japan.
This Moose was eating along side one of ...
... and they knit up the wool in their own time, into scarves, hats and other small garments. They only uyse specific native patterns, and they earn 80% of the profit from the sale of the items.
After lunch, we were taken to a deer farm, so we could see the deer, moose, bison, and other unique animals, before visiting a Russian Orthodox church and graveyard, which was incredibly interesting. The native ...