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Travel Blogs from Anchorage
... Off to the car wash, lunch at Denny's and finally to the Glascott's for a last night with Bob. Sami and Kalima are still with Grandma in Florida. We went out for Mexican food for dinner, it was delicious, but a disaster when I get acid reflux at 1 a.m. Spent most of the night sitting up reading a book about the battle for Midway Island that I found on the bookshelf in Bob's basement. I lived through both the acid reflux and the all night reading session. ...
... After lunch we then drove out to Earthquake Park. Not what I
remember from the early 70’s, because at that time you could see the power of
the quake by the disruption of the earth. Today the area is supporting a forest of
mostly birch trees all similar in size and shape, fading the impact of the
After this visit we
decided to drive north of the city toward Palmer. A unique small town, established
in the early ...
... a lot. They can probably help you figure out what to do with that extra time you have in an airport after getting through security.
98. Where to Watch Your Wallet More Carefully
Although you should always take extra care to hold onto your wallet when traveling, travel agents can warn you if pick-pocketing is common at your future destination.
99. What to Put in the Hotel Safe
Travel agents can give you good advice on what you ...
... and they began filling up the parking lot. I can see why they warn against traffic delays all throughout the drive because it is definitely a domino effect and had there not been a parking area, they say people just tend to stop in the road. One sign we saw stated delaying more than five cars is a traffic violation. Wildlife viewing day one: Dall sheep - check!
Back in the car with the compass (or GPS) pointed southwest and me at ...
... This has been an adventure. This has been a challenge. Many people would retire after having served in what could be seen as a crowning achievement to a remarkable career, but..... I'm just not done yet. It's not about where I serve......it's not about who I serve. I think it's about finding out how best I can serve and I didn't feel my time here was the best fit. Tomorrow I will leave JBER.......and so will begin the next chapter....