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... is now a recreation area but it was once the largest placer gold producer in Alaska.
At Windy Creek, we crossed out of the park and saw a cow moose off in the distance (I didn’t get a picture).
At about the half-way point in the journey, we pass through Broad Pass. It is the highest elevation for the Alaska Railroad (at 2363 ft) AND the lowest point in the Alaska Range and the Rockies (of which the Alaska Range is part). It is, as the name implies, a ...
... that it was often till 1 or 2am, he would stay open as long as he had customers.
I was walking back to the backpackers at 11.40pm laughing out loudly on the mobile talking with Tanya as it was so crazy that it was still light at that time & outside the backpackers people were still sitting talking. I showered & got into my bunk bed thinking that I would look at some of the brochures I's picked up but didn't as sleep was calling.
... shared a few drinks together and said our good-byes. Dave and Nancy are leaving very early in the morning and it was best to say our farewells tonight. It has been a great time and I think that David has enjoyed the last month of travel. Starting in Sitka, we have laughed, learned, and come to appreciate the complexity of the Alaskan lifestyle. It has been an exciting experience to say the least.
... it soon dawned on us that this was our first of the Big Five - Moose (or was it Caribou). Yes, our big adventure was now definitely beginning. We spent the next half an hour by the side of the road watching Meeses munching - males, females, females with kids. And it was wonderful!! After the stress of buying a car (some would argue against the odds), we were reminded what this adventure was all about. And just 2 miles from Downtown ...
... means is that in Tanzanian shillings a 3 phase generator would cost $2840.00 in US dollars there.