Anchorage AK - What to do?

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    Sorry, I'm too lazy to type it again...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dr_cmg View Post
    Are these my tax dollars at work?

    Have a good trip.

    Thanks for all of your hard work George.
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    By all means GO! I spent a summer in AK. it is great you won't be sorry

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    I'd jump on it and not think twice about it. Even if you hate it there, I'm sure you wont regret going for the rest of your life, but you will you have regrets if you chicken out and dont go?
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    In a word.... GO!
    I was there from 70 to 73.

    Beautiful place.
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    Been there several times. Go and enjoy yourself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    I'd jump on it and not think twice about it. Even if you hate it there, I'm sure you wont regret going for the rest of your life, but you will you have regrets if you chicken out and dont go?
    Well that's a gauntlet dropped at my feet...

    I'm sorting out a sitter for my two furry daughters, checking my wife actually has to go (her boss might take the trip) and if all goes well I'll be up there.

    Freezing my tail off in 24 hour sunlight but not a chicken!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
    Freezing my tail off in 24 hour sunlight but not a chicken!!!!
    Oh, yeah...forgot to mention...you'll probably want to pick up some mosquito repellant upon arrival...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team American View Post
    Oh, yeah...forgot to mention...you'll probably want to pick up some mosquito repellant upon arrival...
    That'll help with the skeeters, but nothing works on the no-see-'ums!


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    Check out the polar bear in the lobby of the Captain Cook hotel (if it is still there).

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    I'm in Anchorage now.

    1st day we ate at The Sourdough Mining Compnay for ciche Alaskan Food. Lunch at the Moose's Tooth the porter is excellent. Spent most of the time at the Alaskan State Health Lab, wouldn't recommend it for the common tour.

    Tomorrow we are going to Aliaska park to collect blood samples from birds. I'll update the trip then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    I'm in Anchorage now.

    1st day we ate at The Sourdough Mining Compnay for ciche Alaskan Food. Lunch at the Moose's Tooth the porter is excellent. Spent most of the time at the Alaskan State Health Lab, wouldn't recommend it for the common tour.

    Tomorrow we are going to Aliaska park to collect blood samples from birds. I'll update the trip then.
    Met any skeeters?

    Can you feel your toes?

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