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... opportunity to hear about the characters of the zoo, the caretakers have become very attached to their animals. I was exhausted by the end of the day, as I had decided to walk from the zoo and grab some of the local fruit and vegies from the local fruit market on the way home. I was too tired to dine out tonight but the fruit was divine in a quick fruit by the sunset on my verandah. Great day.
A freezing night in the "turtle truck" last night. There is no electricity at the camp site and we hadn't driven the "turtle truck" all day, so it was cold right through. We put the gas heater on for a short time but are too scared to use it as the fan uses the battery up and we don’t know how long it lasts and we don’t want a flat battery. It would have been a great idea if we had learnt more about RVing. I think we were in bed at 6:30 as it was warm there.
We managed ...
We slept in a little, and got a late start - BUT - we weren't in a burry today anyway. We drove by Ship Creek, where Anchorage was founded as a tent city during the Gold Rush. Current population is just under 300,000; and covers 1,961 square miles. There is everything you would expect in a big city including Lowes, Olive Garden, Target, Walgreens and Starbucks. Anchorage is known for its summer flowers and hanging baskets ...
... raining, and not obvious how long the trek is, so we give it a miss.
We see a strange little two storey house beside the road, miles from anywhere with a sweeping view across to the Deborah and Hess mountains and the Susitna River valley. Later along the Susitna River, we see snowy mountains obscured by rain and snow clouds, a frontier outpost doubling as a camping area, and get good views of the Susitna River before we drop down to cross the long, vertically ...
... women) just pass the name change anyway? Who knows? Write your friendly neighborhood Ohio congressman and tell him to stop being a dope.
The drive was beautiful nevertheless. The clouds were not rain clouds--big white puffy ones with lots of blue in between, so they cast beautiful shadows on the mountains and the road. The road is mostly down hill, but even as it descends from cyprus forests into mixed deciduous and evergreen to ...