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... for winter jobs! I had 1 interview and have 2 more coming up. 2 jobs are in California and the 3rd is in Colorado. But honestly, I want to spend this winter in Alaska to see what it's like. Type 2 fun, maybe?! So I'm currently applying to the very few seasonal winter jobs that Alaska offers. Fingers crossed! Still no bear sighting. That is all for now I guess ...
... and I bought a sourdough spoon there. That's another thing...sourdough...they serve the bread in all the restaurants and there are a lot of places named sourdough, including a gas company. So, we had dinner at the Sourdough Mining Company restaurant. The micro brew was good and the seafood chowder was excellent. It was designed to be a replica of the Independence Mine building. The rustic decorations and pelts and mounted ...
... Chickaloon and Eska mines, Dianne internets at the nearby library.
We pass into one of the few farming areas of Alaska, and the last homesteading area in the USA. Find a lookout for photos over the very wide bed of the Matanuska River, then carry on into the extended metropolitan area of Anchorage, with heavy traffic on multi-lane roads. We navigate to the Bent Prop Inn, using the Anchorage Bike Path Map. We are now familiar enough with Anchorage to get to the ...
... and then we'll come back to Elizabeth's to celebrate her birthday (which is on Friday) prior to heading to the airport. Our flight takes off at 1:30 AM Thursday night/Friday morning, so figure I'll have some time to work on my blog and pictures if I don't get to it before then.
Not sure what you'll all do for enjoyment when our blog comes to an end, so start preparing yourselves ...
... times, ‘broke’ new trail walking ahead of the sleds to pack down the deep snow and help the dogs pull the sled through. After some 120 miles of travel across open tundra, through the foothills of the Alaska Range, across frozen lakes and rivers and along narrow winding paths through dense, bare-leaved riverine forests, we were seasoned sledders. We found ourselves, reluctantly, back in Healy and preparing to flag down the Fairbanks –Anchorage train ...
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