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Just an old Alaskan Curmudgeon

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    Thanks for taking the time to reply and say hello!

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    From one cranky old curmudgeon to another...
    Thanks for taking the time to reply to my post.

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    Then your trip enabled you to no doubt be blessed with the opportunity to acquire memories that will last a lifetime. Thanks for replying.

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    Thanks for replying. I had a visitor to my remote cabin from an Australia a few years back who followed my blog and was visiting some relatives down in Fairbanks. I found her way of life 'down under' had quite a few similarities to mine.

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    Thanks for taking the time to reply. I will take it from your photograph not only as a welcome to the forum but to my currently living here in Little Elm Texas, thanks.

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    Thanks for taking the time to reply and congratulations for being able to visit Alaska. I am sure you have more memories than most who only come for a short time and being in an RV you experience was all the richer for being closer to nature. When visitors have the time to meet real Alaskans it only enhances the visit and I can see you trip to the last frontier was indeed blessed.

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    Welcome Pete.
    The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched
    - they must be felt with the heart. Helen Keller



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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by terry123 View Post
    Welcome from Houston, Pete. Always thought I would love to visit Alaska especially after watching different shows about it.
    Thanks for taking the time to say Hi.

    Yes Alaska is a great place to live and visit but be careful 99% of the TV shows, except for those like the National Geographic exploring series, are not real no matter what they say. The only one I found close to showing what life is like living in the wilderness of Alaska is 'Life below zero' and though I can attest to the fact that it shows how we live in the 'bush' it is not for everyone because it does show some fairly graphic scenes about how we get out food to survive.

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