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There are numerous real responses to tick bites. Other health conditions posed by ticks include having flu-like symptoms like problems, nausea, temperature, vomiting, and muscle problems. Some rashes may appear alongside these indicators. In serious cases, paralysis might ...
I did not wake up until noon and did not leave the house until 2 when we walked back at Kincaid Park. As soon as we got on the Coastal Trail we saw a bull moose laying down 30ft away. We could only see the rack of the moose and kept on walking. On the way back we saw the same bull moose and a cow up on a hill. 100 ft away from the other moose there were 2 big bull moose and a cow and it's calf They each posed picture perfect. After that we went to the Spendard Roadhouse for an amazing ...
... view flying through the mountains though as the cloud cover was thick nearly all the way. Checked into one of two rooms at the pilot lodge at Merrill Field Airport where looking out the window affords a view of hundreds of small planes. Does everyone in Alaska travel by plane? At dinner not only did we eat crab cakes and crab legs and salmon and rock fish, we watched a hundred people stand knee deep ...
... We see more spectacular scenery until we reach the Eielson Visitor Centre at 11.29 for a long break. The centre has good views over the valley below, and walking trails, but they don't seem to lead anywhere interesting, so we hang about the visitor centre, and get back on the bus to carry on.
By 12.06 we are above the large Muldrow Glacier, which is covered in vegetation which insulates the ice below. We photograph a sink hole in the vegetation where you can ...
... was that we needed relatively small amounts of most things, and goods in the US seem to come in very large amounts. But I already had my trusty teabags, and we’d reserved a kettle with the RV - coffee makers come as standard but you have to opt for a kettle (and pay extra!) if you want one - so life would be fine.
It took us a while to get used to the road signage, especially in a city with 8 ...