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... happened other than cold air. What now? It was working before we took it apart, replaced a limit switch and cleaned it. We can hear it try and start but for some reason the igniter is not producing a flame, did we create and air lock? Will do more troubleshooting later.
Sue worked on installing her ground cable on the solar system. It works to keep our house batteries charged up whenever there is sun overhead. She also has ...
We started off early from Seward. Campground was a little more packed. So many people arrive after we are in bed. It is so difficult getting used to sun setting at 11pm and sunrise at 4 am. Being light for so long could cause a guy to lose sleep!
WhooHoo, another National Park to scratch from our list. Kenai Fjords National Park. One of the few in Alaska you can drive to, the others you must fly or go by water. We went about ...
... four of you seem to have seen it. We've been away almost five months now, Nigel has his fish to talk to as well as me, I have only Nigel and you so please, please drop me a line, I really do love hearing from you even if it's only a mention of the weather, your own holidays, the ache in your left leg or your views on Scottish devolution.
... her cub. She fumbled to get a picture but ended up getting the bushes. Annie-Grace got a great picture of the cub! At the Alaska Native Heritage Center we watched a demonstration on Native Olympic Sports. Some of our students even tried a few of the events. They were not very easy to do! We also watched Native singing and dancing. Then we took a walking tour of houses representing the 5 Native regions of Alaska. Each building was a ...
... a discernible wave front.
As we proceed along the northern shore of the Arm, beside the railway line, and are getting towards where we will have a scenic stop, we see parked cars and people out and looking up the cliffs. We stop a fair way past, and the driver asks if we want to walk back for a look. We go with another couple, and walk far enough back to get a view and photos of a Dall sheep high on the rocky cliff above the road. While we were distracted by the ...