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... just cracked..I wasn't drunk I swear! I didn't want the night to end quite yet so we headed to Crush for a flight of Riesling, which was of course great. So many options! So many places to see, I don't want to waste a minute. 2 days left until I'm back on my beautiful, secluded little island.
Favourite Dish: Elk Loin@ Crows Nest
Favourite Drink: Blood Orange Martini@Fletchers
We have a wildlife tour planned for today but ...
... describe it. While most passengers were holding onto their loved ones, pale and nervous, the Eastin family (me included--thank you Bailey's) were laughing hysterically, and enjoying the roller coaster ride. Kaitlin and I were able to see a few whales in the Gulf of Alaska, and that was super cool. Once we landed, we were off to navigate the airport which is super cool inside, and easy peazy. We picked up the Town and Country Mini ...
Well, didn't sleep all that well and up at 4am. We were out the hotel's door by 5am, and the Albany airport was only 5-10 minutes away. The economy lot is $5 dollars a day and a quick shuttle ride.
Flight to,Chicago was up eventful, and I enjoyed my tapas snack box :-)
In O'Hare airport in Chicago, got an impulse chair massage as neck and shoulder have been bothering ...
... panel. The operating valves, which must be operated in proper sequence, are labelled somewhat cryptically, and one of them is out of sight under the vehicle and operated by a pull rod, but we manage to get it right, rinse out the hose with the hose provided, and feeling very proud of ourselves, head down to the lake for a look from the boat ramp. Hiring one of these vans would be a REAL challenge for someone not technically minded! Unfortunately they didn’t have any ...
... and subsistence advocate, writes evocatively in "Shopping for Porcupine" about the cultural and ecological impact of snow mobiles. Kantner argues that snow mobiles contributed to a decline in community cohesion, an unhealthy reliance on technology that reduced subsistence and survival skills, and promoted unsustainable hunting practices. He cites stories of how hunters on fast moving snow mobiles would chase down and shoot an entire wolf pack in an afternoon - and sell ...