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... a considerable vibration with the Element at higher speeds. This is the first time we have driven the Element any distance since we had the tire fixed in Fairbanks. I even pulled over and checked the tires. Everything seemed OK, so we continue on.
We figured today would be a good day to check that out so we drove into the Anchorage Walmart to get the tires balanced. ...
... very difficult on our family if Jeff had to commute for all these years.
Surprisingly the flight to Alaska was full & when we arrived in Anchorage couldn't believe how busy the airport was at midnight. Good news, our luggage was waiting for us at Delta baggage service, we all sighed with relief. Jeff was so happy about this that he even upgraded us to a larger SUV, a brand new Jeep ~ he never does this! Within minutes we pulled up to ...
... would send you high into the air. Sadly, we did not see a single animal the whole time we were at the park but we were able to pick up some ingredients for an amazing dinner. My mother made an amazing lemon pepper red salmon steaks some giant moose were also on the road. I wanted to perfect my fire making skills so I decided to make another fire entirely on my own, it was a great fire and burned for 3 hours before we put it ...
I am so happy that I was able to get home and spend some time with Mike before accepting this contract at the last minute. He drove me the 3 hours to the airport where we said our 'goodbyes', the part I’ve always hated the most—where the beckoning long distance all catches up with me in the worst way, and leaving him outside his car at the departures drop-off being whistled at by a traffic control officer with a you-kids-are-taking-too-long attitude rushing ...
... t an easy way to the town if we carried on, so we told them about the beaver, and turned back.
Rather than retrace our path completely, Dianne decided to take a punt in crossing what looked like private or railway land to reach the town. The area looked like a warehouse and railway area, but turned out to have street names and no security checks, and we were able to walk back to the upper level where the town was located, running into the same couple on their ...