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June 2, 2015

We wake to the cold and rain from the night before. It was Tuesday and that meant time to evacauate Seward and head back up to Anchorage (yes, they have had a tsunami). Our flight wasn’t until 11:50 pm but there was a still a lot to do. Seward really is not far from Anchorage if you don’t make a bunch of stops. The trip is technically only 2 ½ hours. On the way down, we managed to make it over 4 hours. With the long day ahead of us, we made sure to take advantage of our complimentary breakfast. The Today show was on the TV and I watched as I consumed the pile of square scrambled eggs, a...

June 1, 2015

Today was our last ditch effort. It was time to bid an early adios to the RV. I decided to take a hot shower in the restroom. I marvel in its supreme cleanliness. Don’t laugh. A clean bathroom at an RV park or any public area goes a long way in my book. It can mean the difference of thanks but no thanks. I have been known to walk out of a bathroom because there was just no way I would use it. It was so clean; I even mentioned it to Matt during last night’s check-in. He told me that the host couple, the RV with it’s own washer and drier, were responsible. While I was in the bathroom, the...

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Carla Joelle Brown

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