Tag Archives: Anchorage

Loving Anchorage

As you guessed, this isn’t Anchorage, but it’s a shot of beautiful Phoenix. Pretty nice, but lacks the charm of my city – Anchorage!One of my memorable stops on my 6 week getaway was the famous Magic Castle, in Los … Continue reading

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Here We Go, Anchorage

As Hallowe’en flew past, and Thanksgiving flying in, and out, get ready for the Christmas holidays. Well, I’m ready. Snow is coming late to the city, but I guess that Alyeska Ski Resort has several feet of snow, and I … Continue reading

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Autumn in NY – or – Anchorage

The image here is a giant bubble blown up over Cheney Lake, which is a lovely lake on the east side of Anchorage . . . what amusing things our guys think of while we wait for the first big … Continue reading

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Bastille Day in Anchorage

Sure! We recognize international holidays here, too. Our popular restauranteur, Jens – whose restaurant bears the same name – always brings in llamas and other livestock and bales of hay, to display under the tent outside his place, and there’s … Continue reading

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Summer is Beautiful Time in Anchorage

Talk about action! It’s hard to keep up with what’s going on indoors and out in our fair city. On a personal basis, I’m volunteering at the American Astrological Conference, which has drawn registrants from all over the world! Looking … Continue reading

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Memorial Day in Anchorage

The Pioneers of Alaska honor and remember all the loved ones lost over the past year at services in the downtown cemetery. While we have a tract here, other organizations have similar tracts. The American Legion tract is next to … Continue reading

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Spring Makes Quick Entry

Yes, all of a sudden it’s spring in Anchorage, and if you just ignore a few remaining dirty mounds of snow, you’d never know it was a very long, cold winter. Bike races have started and the trails are full … Continue reading

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