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Another very rainy day…We are headed back to Anchorage along the Glenn Highway. Cannot see much but my map tells me the awesome Chugach Mountains are running along next to all the beautiful rivers we see. We stopped at several creeks and rivers to try our luck at fishing without success. One river we were fishing on we had walked up stream and I saw a big bright red fish. Found out ...
... it was super cool. Leave it up to our family to take a mini van off roading. Ha! We saw gold prospectors panning, old mines, beautiful rivers, and three moose, prairie dogs, glaciers, and hiked. The flowers and vegetation were gorgeous. The views were postcard perfect! After returning to Anchorage for a little shopping and strolling downtown, Austin finally got some time in the hotel pool before heading out to dinner at The ...
... friend just got booted from Last Comic Standing (some TV show I don’t know about since I don’t have cable), and that with all the time off and great benefits I should really consider switching to the Entertainment Department.
I got settled into my room (no roommate!), updated friends and family online about my still being alive and about my surprising lack of cell service, and headed down to the hotel restaurant for dinner. I was seated directly ...
... An influx of mountaineers from around the world began in the late 1960's. They came seeking to scale 20,320 foot Mt McKinley (also known for its native name Denali) A most enjoyable meal this evening in one of the dining rooms. P.S Interesting additions Double Lane Highway most of the way.....when roads are constructed, included is another track for bikes, walkers etc. (Great idea) The Fred Meyer shop was in the town of Wasilla ...
... the gravel beds of icy cold mountain streams (the pictures tell it better than I can describe here in words).
In November, I’ll expand my efforts toward world peace and meet with other Fulbright Scholars from around the world at a Fulbright Seminar in New Orleans. The seminars focus on the Rule of Law including how it broke down in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina - learnings relevant to north Australia where climate change is predicted ...