Alaska'S Select Inn Hotel
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... smarter route rather than accepting failure. The organizations that I joined freshmen year through senior year have helped me post graduation. They have immensely helped me in college and selecting a career. They have molded future fir achievement and success rather than failure. When senior year rolled around the corner and many people in my community and even friends heard and read about ...
This was a boring day for Miss Pat. But Monday brought many things on the list to prepare and repair for the long road home. First, I went to Cal Worthington Ford for an oil change and tire rotation. Funny going to this dealership, Cal came to the Houston market years back and bought Ric******* Chevrolet; he ran his silly gimmick commercials, and Houston quickly said NO, and Cal sold the dealership and disappeared. While I was waiting, I worked on tour reservations for Denali. I ...
... that everyone would know where I got it from but she said that was 'tacky'!
I was going to stay in all day as I had my mess to sort for leaving tomorrow, plus I was cooking dinner tonight & wanted to catch up on a couple of days of the blog. I also wanted to visit the Food Pantry where Eddie works so Sheila rang Eddie as he would be coming this way for a Chamber of Commerce meeting later & could pick me up but the Pantry would be closed as it serves people ...
... was about to give up when a couple called out from a high apartment balcony saying there were whales in the harbour. I asked if they knew where the Captain Cook monument was & the lady said that it was behind her. I continued walking round on the path, which seemed an awfully long way so went into a building which looked as though it could have an entry a couple of floors up onto street level. It did & I came out right beside the monument. There were ...
... to living in the cold north, and they are a really old animal that has roamed the earth since the ice age. And despite their name they don't smell at all, and they aren't related to oxen. Actually, they are more closely related to goats.
The farm we visited is the largest Musk Ox farm in the world. They have 78 in their herd, and they raise them for their hair that they shed every spring. ...