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My Alaska Trip is in Jeopardy.

My daughter must have knee surgery in a few days, and unfortunately, there are only so many dollars in the cookie jar. I am hoping to raise some bucks to make the journey. I tried to go last year and couldn’t, and now to be so close and having to cancel is just so frustrating. Daughter comes first though… that is a no-brainer for me.

If you can help with a tank of gas (I estimated 45 tanks round trip) that would at least help me offset that bill. I am camping and staying with buds as many times as possible so as to not spend much. I do know there will be additional expenses I have not figured… there always is.

Link to the Trip site, www.PhoenixtoFairbanks.


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