Historic Anchorage Hotel
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... a few of the photos I took;
1) Formal Meeting at the Guayaquil Rotary Club
The Guayaquil Rotary Club meet the same day and time as the Anchorage Midtown Rotary (Wednesday at 9:00 pm Guayaquil Time which is 6:00 pm Alaska Time). So at the time I was meeting across the continent, you guys were meeting too...cool or what!
Guayaquil has a population of about 3.5 million ...
... travelling down Old Seward and seeing glaciers, moose and bears reminded me of the life I have chosen to live. Secluded, quiet and un-crowded. Anchorage was so much more busy and so much larger than I ever expected. I loved every minute of it. The art, music, culture, and especially the FOOD! What an amazing little urban oasis that will just keep getting better and busier as the years pass. It was a fantastic trip, and I will definitely be back.
... liked and then devoured the cookie they gave us for desert. During dinner the biologists from Peterson's Station came to talk to us on what to bring to the island. Tomorrow night we stay in a Yurt. They are round tents. It will be another Alaskan experience. After dinner, we checked into the Best Western and packed our backpacks for our overnight on the island at Peterson's Station. We tried to get to bed by 10:30! Good night ...
... pipeline above ground level, and keep the permafrost below frozen to keep firm support for the pipeline. We follow the large Gulkana River, visible at times deeply cut into the glacial gravel base of the valley. We cross the large Gulkana Bridge, and park to walk back to take photos from the bridge. There are eagles, both golden and bald, and inflatable catamaran fishing craft pulled up on the bank. The salmon season has definitely started, and we take photos of a ...
... well (if at all) to verbal commands. Yelling “mush” (a derivation of the French word “Marche”) to encourage your team to start pulling is largely superfluous. Yelling “whoa” is equally ineffective unless accompanied by your full weight on the brake (a narrow metal bar you stand on to drive two short metal spikes into the snow), and the rapid deployment of two metal anchors. You also need to know that even if you fall off and fracture your ...