Hi Lee. It's Beverly (used to be Wilson). I was thinking about you yesterday. I made some Gorp and was telling a co worker I got that idea from you.
Sounds like you are doing very well out there in no mans land.
If I ever get to AK, I will come have coffee with you. I love strong coffee.
This is a consistently pleasing midtown steakhouse. Lunch offerings include Fish and Chips, Grilled Chicken Teriyaki, a variety of burgers
and deli sandwiches ($6.99 10.99). Dinners include Grilled Prawns, Crab Stuffed Halibut, Baby Back Ribs & Top Sirloin, Cajun ...
Twenty six miles from Anchorage, is the historical location of the Dena'ina Athabaskan people. Dating back to 1650, this site
has tiny buildings called "Spirit Houses" atop the graves of many generations of deceased. Next door, the Heritage House ...
A blue, onion shaped globe tops this small, wooden historic building. It was built in the 1830s marking a site
that has had constant Athabascan presence since at least 1652 (though oral tradition has it that the settlement dates ...