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Ringel05

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Don't you mean Fisher guitars..........? :eusa_whistle:

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Tell Sarah Palin we said "Howdy."

Love the salmon up there. Tastes totally different (Better) than the imported crap we get down here.
 

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East coast Salmon is crap.

I agree.

My parents lived in Maine. Lobster tasted totally different up there than the imported crap down here.

Same thing with Salmon. It tastes so freaking good in Alaska !
 

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Welcome..

I left Alaska three yrs ago after living in Clear-Anderson for Seventeen yrs.

What parts you from?
 

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Granny wantin' to know if ya got blown away by dat big ol' earthquake an' tsunami?...
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7.1 Mag Earthquake off Alaska/Tsunami warning
Fri, Sep 2, 2011 - A 6.8 magnitude earthquake struck on Friday in the Aleutian Islands off Alaska, the U.S. Geological Survey reported, prompting a tsunami warning for a portion of Alaska's coast that was lifted after an hour.
There were no reports of damage or injury from the quake and no destructive tsunami was reported, said the West Coast and Alaska Tsunami Warning Center located in Palmer, Alaska. "It did happen in a very remote area and there are no towns close to the epicenter," the center's director, Paul Whitmore, told Reuters.

The tsunami warning had covered areas of the Aleutians that included Unalaska/Dutch Harbor, the region's biggest community, and Adak. The quake was initially reported at a magnitude of 7.1, but later downgraded to 6.8. The center said a tiny wave created by the earthquake hit Atka, an Aleut village of about 60 people approximately 100 miles west of the epicenter.

"It was pretty small, maybe 2 to 4 centimeters," seismologist Paul Huang said. Huang said there were no reports of damage in Atka. The quake, which struck at 10:55 GMT, was 22.1 miles deep, the U.S. Geological Service said.

Tsunami warning lifted after Alaskan islands quake - Yahoo! News

... Uncle Ferd inna background singin' Whole lotta shakin' goin' on.
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Welcome. Love my vacations to Soldotna. I gave up on the King Salmon fishing on the Kenai because of the boat traffic...but do enjoy the Sockeyes from the bank and the Halibut fishing. Kings on the Ninilchik is a lot of fun. Your spoiled up there. :lol:
 

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Welcome!

Did an 18 month hitch at Ft. Wainwright. Excellent state. The fishin' rocks, the Mosqitos (State Birds) suck.
 

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