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... weighed in at 931 pounds. In 2011 the winner weighed in at 1287 pounds while a 1700 pound monster was disqualified as it had a hole in it. The secrets for growing enormous pumpkins are closely guarded but growers hint at feeding them molasses, liquefied seaweed and steer manure -- and hiring nubile young virgins to dance around them naked. (I wasn’t sure what this did but it sounded good).
But in 2013 there were no pumpkins to be seen. ...
The Food Pantry in Wasilla was a hive of activity when we arrived, several volunteers were sorting through the mound of canned goods we collected on Saturday at the State Fair. The amount collected was incredible, people were so generous. Some local farmers donate some of their crops to the Pantry & today there was a large amount of zucchini available for customers. In addition to the donated food Eddie buys pallet loads of 'government food’, which he said ...
... Alaska paintings & a collection of 2,500 historic and ethnographic objects loaned from the local historical society & with 2 staff. The museum has been enlarged several times since (from 10,000 sq feet to 170,0000), with renovations & a new addition costing $106 million completed in May 2010. The Museum's facade incorporates a large amount of custom insulated fritted glass & because of the extreme environmental conditions the insulated glass units are 24 mm thick. ...
... This year the world record
was beaten by Scott Robb
who grew this 138.25 lb cabbage.
The cabbage looks even larger
when I stand next to it.
And the average fair has
Goats and pigs and cows, etc.
Today's excursion took me back to the Anchorage railway station again - this time travelling north to a small town called Wasilla.
This town is in the valley across the mountains that line the city of Anchorage, and it is also the home of the infamous Sarah Palin - more on that later.
After alighting from the train at 9.30am, I was met by my tour guide for the day, Barbara.
Our first stop was to visit ...