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Light Out Wanderlust

I think it may be safely said that, for whatever reason, I have a fair amount of wanderlust. The word wanderlust means, rather simply: a strong desire to travel, and I do not think that such a thing could possibly … Continue reading

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Thoughts On The Alaska Airlines Milk Run From Anchorage Through Juneau To Seattle

9:35AM ADT: It may come as little surprise that I am fond of traveling to new airports that I have never seen to see how they operate and work and what sort of sites they are placed in relative to … Continue reading

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On The Feeding Of Reindeer And Alpacas

Today I spent a fair bit of time this afternoon both going to and from a place where more than sixty of t he people who went to the Feast of Tabernacles in Anchorage, Alaska. This place happened to be … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Pizza Olympia

This restaurant is an interesting case, in that it is a restaurant that advertises itself as a pizza restaurant but which is also a restaurant owned and operated by a Greek family that is authentically Greek enough that I heard … Continue reading

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The Journey Is The Destination

Today I found it interesting to note how much time it took for the restaurant at our hotel to seat us for what is a fairly basic and straightforward breakfast, so much time that the restaurant staff themselves, who looked … Continue reading

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Flying Low Over A Moose Dance Party

Today continued the streak of messages that dealt with the reign of God over the universe in an excellent and thought provoking sermonette that discussed a point that had come up in a conversation with a longtime friend that commented … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Yak & Yeti’s Himalayan Restaurant

In many ways this restaurant may be seen as the inverse of the previous restaurant we ate at for dinner. If Spenard’s Roadhouse is a trendy and beautiful and large restaurant with a lot of customers and with a lot … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: Spenard Roadhouse

When our initial choice for dinner was closed we ended up going here for dinner before the opening night service at the Feast of Tabernacles in Anchorage, Alaska. This particular restaurant offers fare that I did not expect for a … Continue reading

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Tales Of Travel Woe From The First Class Section

It is admittedly hard to complain too hard when one has just enjoyed a tasty cod dinner and been plied with all the bottled water and sprite that one can drink and is sitting in a comfortable first class seat … Continue reading

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Plague Bearers, Or Camping In The Age of Covid

Two weeks ago I was visiting Tulsa, Oklahoma, and while there the pastor of our local congregation and the area was heading off to Camp Pinecrest in Missouri with his wife, his son, and his son’s girlfriend, as staff. Four … Continue reading

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