Quote of the day—Barb L.

I recharge the ridiculous and it just all comes out.

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Barb L.
May 15, 2016
[We were in Ketchikan, Alaska waiting for the bus to take us to the float plane for a trip into Misty Fjords National Monument when Barb, as is typical when she is happy, spontaneously erupted with funny stuff.—Joe]

5 thoughts on “Quote of the day—Barb L.

  1. Aviation is definitely a crucial part of the Alaskan experience. If you’re stuck in the towns, the road infrastructure is poor enough that you just don’t see much. Plus, air gives you a much better feel of the vastness of the wilderness up there.

    I’ve worked in Alaska as a geologist on several occasions – all with air support. Some of my best times ever were flying around in a helicopter in the Chugach range in the vicinity of the Bering River ice field, one of the largest in N. America.

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