Thursday, August 20, 2009
My husband and I were coming home from a day cruise in Whittier back to Anchorage while he was home on leave. This guy came FLYING up on our tail - so close that he would have totally smashed the back of the truck in if my husband had hit the brakes. Then after my husband wouldn't speed up because there was another car in front of us, this guy pulls out to pass us with a freighter truck in the oncoming lane and CUTS right back over in front of us and almost hit the front of our truck! THEN he has the NERVE to flip us off and continued to drive like a complete idiot all the way into Anchorage! And where did his hurry get him? NO WHERE!! He didn't get any further ahead then he would have if he had just drove like a normal person instead of the IDIOT he is! (Silver Chevy Silverado Truck, AK tags, ECU 606)
Right to Right
Thursday, September 20, 2007
If people would turn RIGHT into the RIGHT lane, and LEFT into the LEFT lane like they are supposed to....cars could turn 'together' and create better traffic flow! But NOBODY does that, it seems!
Sunday, May 13, 2007
Warning from The Alaska Department
of Fish and Game
The Alaska Department of Fish and
Game is advising hikers, hunters and
fishermen to take extra precautions
and keep alert for bears while in
the field. They advise that campers
wear noisy little bells on their
clothing so as not to startle bears
that aren't expecting them. They
also advise campers to carry pepper
spray with them in case of an
encounter with a bear.
It is also a good idea to watch out
for fresh signs of bear activity.
Campers should recognize the
difference between black bear and grizzly bear dung.
Black bear dung is smaller and
contains lots of berries and
Grizzly dung is larger and
has little bells in it and smells
like pepper spray.