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Pot Luck Breakfast at the RV Park with the Alaska Adventure Trek group. Then off to The Alaska Native Heritage Center. A unique place to learn & explore 10,000 years of Alaska native history & culture through art, dance ,native games, exhibits, and traditional native dwellings. Area with sled dogs also, litter of puppies, so adorable. Lunch at the Firetap Grill. ...
While I may not have had great timing planning a six day vacation one week before the move date, I couldn't resist an opportunity to visit an old friend, celebrate her recent engagement, hike a couple mountains and see a moose (or 30). I left at 11 am on Thursday, June 19 and arrived just in time to meet Tess' friends at her roommate's birthday party (with an incredible dinner beforehand and The Moose's Tooth Pub & Pizzeria). The birthday party was held at an ...
... 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 ...
... and propels the machine forward. Reduce the throttle and it brings you to a controlled halt -- no slipping or sliding. Bog your machine and you simply hop off, rev the throttle, let go and the machine shoots forward a few metres and pops back up on top of even the deepest snow pack -- magic. Having mastered these details I set out to break the land speed record. Choosing a long straight run (out of sight of my travel companions) I hit the throttle. I swear I hit 45 mph ...
... assume they will be able to walk/drive across the river).
Healy - family-run, coal-mining area (Usibelli). Pop ~1000. After they mine an area, they reclaim the land (originally because they chose to, now they’re required by Federal law) by reshaping it back to what it had been and planting. It takes about 20 years to recover (e.g., erosion, animals). Behind the low hills where the coal is mined are 5000-ft mts (that we couldn’t see). The coal is crushed ...
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