Sunday, May 9, 2010

Grocery Transport

Seward does not have a commissary, so Brad and I plan to go up to Anchorage every month or so to stock up on groceries. With nearly 30 mpg, we'll pimp the Subaru up the Seward Highway and back. Last week, while picking up supplies in the metropolis, I bought a cooler that fits *just* right in the back of the hatchback and *may* actually be able to contain all the meat and dairy we'd stock up on for the haul-- and still be able to fit the rest of Brad's groceries along side it. Whereas it is not "life in the bush," Seward's being on the road system does have it's advantages, as long as you are well-equipped.

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