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... clearance in the wheel well to get the tire off. With the new axle and the raised camper, it should have worked to just jack up the side with the flat and get it changed without difficulty. But that didn't work. We still had to do it the old way, and even then we didn't have the clearance we needed to get around the wheel well and get the tire off. The left side would drop but the right side wouldn't. But Shane kept at it and finally was able to get the old one ...
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It was a nice peaceful float, with nobody around for most of the trip. Sarah did get bored for period of time, therefore ruining the "peaceful". I think Sarah would have preferred "rafting" as opposed to "floating". Once we floated to our end point, the guide had to walk to the overflow parking to get the van/trailer, load the raft on the trailer and then drive us back to the office.
It was a nice trip and I ...
Today we were able to sleep in. Students had to wake up and go down to breakfast in shifts. The first shift was at 7:30, then 7:45, and the last shift was 8:00 am. After we finished our breakfast, students went back to their rooms until a leader came and completed a room check. Our first stop was around the corner. We went to the Seward Museum. A member of the city council met with us to talk about Seward. The students were split into two groups. One ...
Today has been a little nostalgic knowing we only have 2 more days on this wonderful adventure. We left Homer this morning thankful that we visited this cute fishing village---it was one of the top towns on our trip. Ben said this morning that I needed to ask all of you in South Carolina if you remember Hurricane Hugo, well that is about how the wind blew all night. Little Winnie was rocking all over and I kept waking up wondering if it was ever going ...
Following a long and tiring day yesterday, not to mention the snoring freight train in our room we all enjoyed a sleep in till about 9am this morning. Upon eating breakfast we decided to head up to the closest and most accessible glacier in the area, Exit Glacier. On the drive to the National Park we stopped in a roadside carpark to view bald eagles. The day before our shuttle driver had mentioned that there were parents and two young eagles ...
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