Hearing the call of the wild: T-D goes North to Alaska

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Hearing the call of the wild: T-D goes North to Alaska

The TD crew of the ms oosterdam left Glacier Bay on the way to Seward and Anchorage.

The TD crew of the ms oosterdam left Glacier Bay on the way to Seward and Anchorage.

The TD crew of the ms oosterdam left Glacier Bay on the way to Seward and Anchorage.

The TD crew of the ms oosterdam left Glacier Bay on the way to Seward and Anchorage.

By: William Ohmes, Staff Reporter

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ALASKA — I went dog sledding. When you drive, you stand up and press the brake while everyone else is sitting down.

I learned how to skip rocks.

I went to Totem Park, and I learned what you do in clan houses. A lot of families lived in a clan house. You take the biggest person and lay them down and that’s how much space you get.

Editor’s note: T-D second grader William Ohmes went on the school’s Alaska trip with his mom, dad and third grade brother Lawrence. Lawrence, who attends Colonial School in Pelham, filed a report for the Colonial Times website. Here it is:

By Lawrence Ohmes

ALASKA — Alaska is a place with lots of glaciers and forests. Alaska is the home of many native tribes.

There is lots of fishing going on in Alaska because there are lots of salmon there. The capital of Alaska is Juneau.

Most of the glaciers in Alaska are melting so in a few years there won’t be lots of glaciers.

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