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Where’s Chuck Today? Anchorage, AK
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Rather sad day today,
realized that David and Nancy had left on very early flights. Good thing about it, we snuck into their room and showered prior to our moving about for the day. We ...
... building contains a theater and a stage were different information is presented.
The following day found us at the Alaska Zoo. This appears to be an older zoo with smaller containment areas than what you would find in a more modern zoo. We had a great time watching the bears play. The snow leopards totally ignored everyone and stayed in the shade. Most of the animals were either injured and unable ...
... about their early childhood diploma and their new partnerships with a couple of universities to complete final two years for a degree. After a 19 hour day we are very tired, no northern light spotting tonight maybe tomorrow. Weather -16 apparently warm and we just missed the blizzard yeah. Amazing place and it is great to be at the top of the world. It is quite something. I promise a much more detailed blog tomorrow but for now it's lights ...
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... Air Canada was fine just getting checked in was an aggravation. Two *!&# passengers, requiring an upgrade, dragged the check in process to a halt for some forty five minutes - eliminating the drinking and duty free shopping time before the flight.
The clear skies in the second half of the flight provided us with unbelievable views from the sky of the coast, snow covered and glacial mountains. Alaska and British Columbia are truly ...