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... and military town with Prudoe Bay to the north, Fort Wainwright in town and Eliason Air Force Base south. On 7/22 we left Fairbanks under party cloudy skies passed the University of Alaska campus as we left town - very nice campus with a great museum and large artic animal research center. We drove over an extremely long bridge over the Chelan River Flood Plain - obviously this river floods big time. Stopped in a ...
... homestead families around 1870. Others lived along Guemes Channel, now known as Ship Harbor. In 1877 residents of Ship Harbor, Amos and Anna Bowman, established a post office and named it Anacortes, derived from Anna Curtis, Anna’s maiden name.
Fishing and logging industries began to dominate the town during its incorporation in 1891. In the next several years salmon canning and codfish curing industries became established. By ...
... I like landscapes and food, so that's probably what you'll get.
This summer I want:
to soften and open my heart, live in the present and without fear
learn enough Italian food vocabulary to understand a menu
get a tan
learn to scuba?
bring back a lot of new food knowledge
be closer to god.
It's Cinco de Mayo, and it might be time to make my first mole.
Well after a very long ferry ride, we arrived to a beautiful day in Bellingham, WA. We started our track east and arrived in Winthrop, WA within a few hours at about noon.
Did not expect the weather to be so HOT. It was 96 degrees today in Winthrop. I actually broke a sweet pulling gear from the truck.
I will post pictures tomorrow of the ferry; a few for each day I missed.
... and fields of dafodils
At a rest stop north of Everett on I-5 there was this increadible red cedar stump. A great backdrop for a family travel photo!