Relocating Valdez: The Story of Old Town and New Town After the 1964 Earthquake

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    @Tony Hubbard oh wow, that definitely makes it difficult, but it sounds like you are as prepared as you can be. That would be awesome to have your own fire truck! We have quite a few acres and are currently increasing our buffer from the tree line, but a fire truck would be the dream. That is a big acreage to manage, but it is so nice to have such a big area to yourselves, and I’m sure that’s hard to find nowadays in Washington. You’re welcome, thanks for taking the time to read it!

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    Alaska haul road caribou hunting

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    @John have you gone caribou hunting on the haul road before?

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    Alaska is a hard place to live, and an even harder place to plan for emergencies. A big part of my day job is emergency planning and it is kind of precarious on a good day.

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    @Paul I agree 100%. Oh wow, I bet that’s an interesting job. Definitely job security with all that goes on here.

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