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... were similarly dressed in baggy tunics with fur boots and fur gloves. Their movements reminded me of hula dancing. A young man told short stories of their culture. He said that if a man wanted to marry a woman, he would work for her father, for free, until the father thought he could support a family. He said his uncle worked for seven years for the right to marry his aunt. Yep...that would cut down on the marriage rate. ...
... Then we had a meet and greet with the sled dogs. The dogs were so excited for all the love and attention. The sled dog racer, Roan, showed us how he harnessed the doges, kept them warm during the race, and all the gear they need for a race. We then witnessed Roan hooking up the dog team. Six dogs pulled a 4-wheeler around the grounds and the students chased them. It was a sight to see and both the dogs and students got some exercise! ...
... There there is an interesting museum with historic snowmobiles and outboard motors, pontoon-mounted fish wheels, and interesting houses and businesses in the village. Dianne asks around as to where we can see the salmon, and is told that there are a lot of fishermen at the Klutina River Bridge. We cross the river and park to walk down and look at the action. There is indeed active fishing, and we take close ups of a female salmon full of roe being filleted, freshly landed ...
... for our new country of ice and snow and the complexity intertwining of conservation and development in Alaska, both modes of transport held enormous appeal. It was time to embark on a crash course on the History of Alaskan Transport. Would we fall in love with the romance of the dog sled, the alluring hiss of sled runners on ice, and the company of a team of affable huskies? Or would we be hooked by the adrenalin rush of low flying over virgin snow at 60 miles an hour? ...
... look so cold. I am exhausted at this point, as we all are, and i am more jet lag then i have ever been, more so than hawaii. We finally landed around 3 pm their time and the temp read 73 degrees!! I looked over to Reagan after I was back in the moment, and found her snoozing away. After all day, she finally fell asleep as we landed on our last flight, lol! It was a long, long day, but Reagan did absolutely wonderful and flying in to the view I saw, proved God hand painted it ...
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