Alaska Creekside Cabins
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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 ...
... s phone immediately so I spoke with her. The fare is usually $92 one way but she said they had a promotion at the moment, 75% discount meaning the bus fare was $25 - I thought I had misheard but no, it seriously was that cheap. They only go up on Mondays & Fridays at the moment as they are building their business & return on Saturdays only. She said that if I was going to use their service I would have to ring her back to let her know so that the bus driver could look out ...
... me going all day. I was starting to get a reputation at Sheep Creek, and all the locals knew me by this point. I spent all my free time up there, and always lots of salmon. Josh would meet me there most days, and we would fish til it got too dark to see, generally around 2 or 3 am. Then we would head home with our catches...Josh never knew he had created a monster on that day at Troop Lake, where he introduced me to fishing and I caught my first fish...I am quite literally addicted.
An interesting use for empty wine bottles fenced in an array of recycled garden art
Fireworks barely won the battle
blasting through the rain and smoke
But the audience that staid were treated
to an impressive fireworks show.
... 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 ...