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MDKMDK

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aces-n-eights wrote:

Thanks guys, I'm comfortable with my plan. Appreciate the good comments.

MDKMDK wrote:

No problem. Our laws ARE confusing in regards to firearms and related. We don't even understand all of them, or at least there are more than a few head scratchers. [emoticon]
Soldotna and the surrounding area is one of the places we passed through 2 years back in August/September on our whirlwind tour of northern Canada and Alaska 2016. It's really quite pretty along there in the Kenai. It's got a little bit of everything. It reminded us a little of the Cape Breton highlands.
We actually stopped by the river, when we saw the wood sculptures of the fish/fishermen along the main drag at the Visitor Info Center. Are those stairs and boardwalks down by the river there for fishing? Or, were they part of a Marina or Park? We couldn't tell, but there were more than a few fisherman taking advantage. I sat on the triple salmon bench, but no selfies, sorry. [emoticon] We were headed to Homer, and we spent the night at the Homer Spit CG.


Yeah, we are fortunate to have Kenai River front property and really hate to leave Alaska. We've been trying to convince our kids to come up here, but that hasn't worked so it's time to get closer to them and the grandkids.

The Visitor's Center you mentioned is just upstream from our place on the river. And yes the stairs and boardwalk are public fishing areas. They'll be pretty popular here in a couple of weeks when the reds hit.


You do what you need to do. If there was an easy way to emigrate to the United States, I'd have to seriously consider living in Alaska for some part of the year, if not all year round. It's truly an amazing place, what we saw of it in a few short weeks.
Is it too late to put in an offer on your riverfront property? [emoticon]

Take care, have a safe trip, and never say never.
You might decide to turn it around someday, and move back up there. It'll still be there if you do. [emoticon]


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MDKMDK wrote:



You do what you need to do. If there was an easy way to emigrate to the United States, I'd have to seriously consider living in Alaska for some part of the year, if not all year round. It's truly an amazing place, what we saw of it in a few short weeks.
Is it too late to put in an offer on your riverfront property? [emoticon]

Take care, have a safe trip, and never say never.
You might decide to turn it around someday, and move back up there. It'll still be there if you do. [emoticon]


I think we have a pretty solid offer on the house, but if it falls thru I'll certainly let you know! [emoticon]. You're right, never say never. We've already thought about the possibility of moving back at some point if the situation is right. Alaska is a pretty cool place...once it gets in your blood...


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Thanks for the offer, if your other deal falls through. [emoticon]
Good luck with it. Make sure you remind your kids often how much you're giving up for them. Especially around Mother's and Father's Day, and your birthdays, and Christmas, of course.[emoticon]
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MACHZER wrote:

I agree, Ship it. You just going to open a can of grief at the border.
They always suspect a gun and will tear your rig apart to verify

Shipping a large amount of ammo is costly!


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