15 April, 2002
With gust winds and thick clouds, today was a perfect day to work on data calculations at the Geophysical Institute. I thought I'd try
and fly my kite (from the Drachen Foundation) this afternoon but I ran out of time before the snow and ice class this evening, although, I did have a chance to try out an ice cream place recommended by one teacher called, Hot Licks. Well protected in my purple parka and
wool hat, I enjoyed eating my English Toffee ice cream outside of the ice cream parlor. Before class, I went by the Large Animal Research Station http://www.uaf.edu/lars/ approximately 2 miles from campus and the Agricultural and Forestry Experimental Stationhttp://nrm.salrm.uaf.edu/afes/fai.htmlon the lower part of campus to visit some residing Arctic mammals.
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