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    No, that's not phonetic
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    Pugs visits the Bering Sea

    At the Port Moller International Airstrip. Tennessee plates. The closest road is about 500 miles away.



    Miles up the black volcanic sand beach. Calm seas.

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    cool
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    Cool like all of them

    It looks right at home there.
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    Looks like a fun choice for the summer - just the thing for sand and road/trail-less terrain.
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    No, that's not phonetic
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    Well, I'm at my summer job on the Alaska Peninsula, the stretch of land that separates the Bering Sea from the North Pacific Ocean, before the Aleutian Islands begin. It is a very remote area of Alaska. Some funky weather, a lot of bears, and some scenery too. I brought the Pugs out with me this year for kicks and giggles, and it is performing admirably so far. Lots of black volcanic sand beaches to ride on. More pics...

    Heading out from Port Moller, riding north along the Bering Sea:



    Cutting inland I ride through the old grass covered dunes beyond the beach:



    Slogging through the tundra. You do NOT want to crash here; you would never get the lowbush cranberry stains out.



    Heading back into Moller Bay, with the Aleutian Range looking on:

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    awsome pics, who is behind the camera? Is there another pug there?

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    yeah great pics but who is the mystery person taking the photos of you riding that Pugs??

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    now that's what I call a summer job!

    awesome pics (whoever shot em hehe)
    mabuhay ang ReboluSSyon!

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