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... We walked the trail to tour the examples of the dwellings of the six Alaskan tribes. Many of the houses were partly subterranean caves. My favorite was the tribe of the Copper River. The entrance was a small oval carved through an enormous cedar post. I was a bit concerned that Buddy might get jammed in the opening and have to be greased out. This tribe must be of small stature folks. Inside, richly painted red and black ...
... a light lunch. Tricia and I gallery hopped with Ben for a while and then went back to our shopping. This area of Anchorage had a lot of unique little shops and we spent a bunch of time just browsing. We stopped in at the Cake Studio for a delicious mango cupcake. The next block was the fur district and Tricia and I had fun trying on the beautiful fun coats, vests, hats and gloves. We made a few purchases ...
... the night as well, which also means Murray can have a drink. Settle in for a meal at the restaurant, and Murray orders a big beer, then decides he had better park the van properly in the bay before having the beer, as the hire company takes drink driving very seriously. After parking, we return to the restaurant, have a pretty good meal, pay $20 for what is basically a parking spot (and we’re the only ones there), go for a walk along the highway for closer, less ...
... ladies, he decided he would walk around and explore downtown. He started by visiting the husky near the start of the Iditirod Race which is also in downtown Anchorage (and then spans 2,450 miles through the state to Nome - whoa!). He loves people watching, and thoroughly enjoyed watching the Native Alaskans sing and dance in their native language the "Hokey Pokey".
Friday night had ...
As I’ve mentioned before on this blog, my Dad, Harry Nykerk - now 93 years old - served in Alaska during World War II. He was stationed in the Aleutian Islands – on Umnak Island, which is toward the end of the chain. He’s told us many stories about those days over the years; about the almost unbearable cold - even in the quansant huts; the cook that could make something edible out of almost nothing; the foxes that one of his buddies had as pets ...