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... The Alaska pipeline ends here and they have major strage tanks built in the side of the mountain across the bay. This little town gets totally snowed in for much of the inter because Thompson Pass at the summit becomes buried in snow. We planned to stay overnight here but did not like the campgrnds and Valdez just is not very nice.....other than the scenery.
North of Valdez is Keystone Canyons and 2 of the coolest waterfalls yet. First ...
... military bases in Alaska, mainly in order to supply aircraft & other war material to Russia as part of the Lend-lease program, whereby USA supplied materials to certain countries eg USSR, China & other Allied nations, which was signed into law 9 months prior to the States entering the war. It was formally called "An Act to further promote the defense of the USA." As part of the supply operation, highways were built to get goods to the bases. The major project was the ...
... What a sight; what a week.
I realize that this blog entry is a little fishy, but there is a lesson in all of this: man cannot live by gluten free pizza, beer, and wine alone. It also takes a "Red" or two too.
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... br> Road was an improvement over what we experienced yesterday, however, could be deceiving. A lot of dips and bumps, I got caught in one and the front of van scraped the pavement or at least we think it did. Didn’t lose the Aliner.
Passed a UHaul that was pulling a house trailer with a pickup following. They must be moving to Alaska. Unfortunately, they hit similar dip and broke the trailer hitch. Other people ...
... on the Tolsona River. We spent a couple of hours sitting by the river, in our SHORTS! enjoying the almost 80 degree weather and having a cold beer. Wow, what a change. If only we could get rid of the mosquitos!
This morning we hiked up to the mud springs, which is an area of mud pools which bubble because of gas coming from below the surface. The gas is up to 55% methane and comes from coal beds below. It was a very ...