Over 1600 Pumpkins Donated to Alaska Wildlife Conservation
What do grocery stores do with all those left over pumpkins? Well, in my hometown Anchorage, Alaska, the Anchorage Daily News reported that over 1,600 pumpkins were donated to the animals at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation. Definitely the right way to start off the month of Thanksgiving.
My family and I had the pleasure of visiting this conservation on our way to Girdwood, Alaska and had a blast seeing the wildlife up close. If memory serves me right, I believe someone got licked in the face and it wasn’t me!
I was born and raised in Anchorage and even though I haven’t been back as often as I’d like, I still call it home. When you’re planning those summer vacations, I highly recommend heading up to the Last Frontier for an Alaskan vacation. Start your research with Alaska HDTV. Scott and his crew have some amazing video, podcasts and TV shows about Alaska.
And if you are traveling up during your birthday month, be sure to visit FreeBirthdayTreats.com to see what the great State of Alaska has to offer by way of birthday freebies and discounts.
To find local businesses offering birthday discounts & freebies for adults, kids and pets, visit: Free Birthday Treats.