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... 8.6 miles to the US gallon). The total cost came to A$1267 or $253 per day, but it allowed us the freedom to not have to plan accommodation in advance, and to stay in camping grounds that cost between $12 and $24 per night.
The presentation was a bit like the disclaimers and side effect statements seen on medication ads on US television - a list of disaster scenarios. A lot of it concerned the relative size and overhangs compared with the average US vehicle, a lot ...
... Northern Lights. At their Performing Arts Theater, we watched a film that was put together by a man who had been documenting the aurora borealis since 1980. Again, I imagined more color but it seems like the green lights are more common. We heard that the King Salmon were swimming a week before we got there. We walked down to take a look but it was low tide. Still there were tons of people out there with poles. Someone told us the fishermen get shoulder ...
... but will always be remembered!!! More and more and more snow-capped vistas as we drove the winding road into Anchorage. Dinner at Olive Garden and home by 9:30ish. All very tired both emotionally and physically from all we have seen and done. Such a divinely inspired creation we have seen and experienced. What a gift to have had this experience. Wednesday was a rest day for us. Rainy day...good to do laundry, organize and write! Dinner at ...
... just prior to the chaos. (See photos.) I've got a great video of the process of selecting and hooking up the dogs, and then the dogs running around the track. I'll upload after I get home and convert it.
They ran a team of five dogs today; that was with a virtually empty sled. Generally, they try not to load more than 50 pounds per dog, so a fully loaded sled, with 1000 pounds of gear, will run 20 dogs. The park service does use these dogs ...
... bite to eat at Pepe's before heading off to meet George Edwardson one of the elders. We spend a great deal of the afternoon discussing the local history, past policies and what George would like to see for his grandchildren in early childhood. Time went way to fast and as we had a dinner date we had to head off with the promise to continue the conversation tomorrow. We had a delightful dinner with Larry and Douglas the local ...
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