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... to Friday. Sheila said that she could have dropped me off but I wasn't ready, I asked if she could wait 5 mins. I zoomed downstairs & returned a few minutes later dressed with my backpack.
It didn't take long to drive to Wasilla. (pop 7,850). The town started off as a station on the Alaska Railroad in 1917 then with the railroad & government auction bringing in settlers, Wasilla became the supply town for the Willow Creek Mining District. It is the hometown ...
... her head under my hand lifting it occasionally so I would pat her!
Sheila said that if I wanted I could go with Eddie in the morning when he returns Carol's car to her at Glenallen. Sheila & Eddie had gone there last weekend for the fish wheel fishing & their van had developed a problem so they had to leave it to be fixed & drove Carol's SUV back. Sheila said she was only going to go with Eddie to keep him company but if I wanted to go she would stay ...
Today we had to wake up early again so that we could be picked up by a bus that took us to a nearby airport for our excursion of flying over Mt. McKinley! On the ride there we saw a moose that was on the edge of the grass next to the road and was quite photogenic! Once we made it to the airport, we loaded the eight-seater plane, where dad was especially happy since he got to sit in the co-pilots seat! We had a smooth take off and had to climb above the clouds. When ...
... thne ealry rise to pack off the Jag for its long journey back home via LA and Panama canal.
8550 miles and we are off to Vancouver to rest for a week. Phew it is over! What next?
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Richard and Nicola
... and there was a school. The junkier the home stead the bigger the sign that said NO TRESPASSING! I would think people would bring them things rather than take anything away. It appears they have found good use for old tires. Many roofs had them on top ? insulation, ballast, decoration?????? This road has 10 acres of grain planted for the Sand Hill Cranes who come by in spring. They were not in residence today.
Back on the Parks highway ...