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... Militov came from Russia to the area to introduce the Den'ina people to Jesus. In 1849 records indicate 1,432 newly baptized Dena'ina people were added to God's kingdom. This is quite different from today when we are going to Russia to evangelize instead of the Russians sending missionaries to America. The church and Parish House were both beautiful and are some of the oldest buildings on the Kanai Peninsula. Holy Assumption of the ...
... called it a night. But the night wasn't over until we filled our bellies. We fired up the BBQ and cooked up some of our Halibut for the day before. I went to bed with the fullest belly I have had in a long time. It took me an hour of moaning and groaning before my food finally settled. We also did our best to get the RV ready for return. It was time to pack our bags and do a wipe down. It was about 1:30am when lights were out.
Scott, Josh & ...
Finally sunshine. We left Kenai and drove past the Kasilof River. We crossed Crooked Creek which comes out of Tustameno Lake (largest on Kenai). We took the north and south Cohoe loop roads around the upper peninsula and got great views of Mt Redoubt and Mt Iliamma (part of Alaska's volcanic ring of fire). We explored the original Russian town of ...
I guess this is the farthest west you can get on a connected Hiway.
So here we are almost at the tip of Alaska.
It is still chilly today, but looking forward to about a weeks worth of nice weather.
I'll take it, Yea!!!
Hopefully spring has finally sprung.
This is a lovely campground , it is in the trees but the beach is just a short walk away.
The years definitely flip by with an increasing rate of speed which is a bit frightening. the one downside of being an atheist is that i have no soothing dogma that will ease my mind as i grow older. no promise of an afterlife awaiting me either in the fluffy clouds or in the heated flames. as an atheist i face the great nothing, the turning off of my consciousness in a finality that is quite discomforting. i understand why something like 98% ...