By Jim DuFresne, Robert Kelly, Catherine Bodry
10th version; together with publications to Juneau & the Southeast, Anchorage and More
“Big, breathtakingly appealing and wildly bountiful; there are few areas on the earth, and none within the united states, with the unspoiled desolate tract, mountainous grandeur and massive flora and fauna that's Alaska.” – Jim Dufresne, Lonely Planet Writer
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41 This was cultural interaction between Americans and Arabs that Charles Crane had never envisioned. CHAPTER 2 Into the Wilderness PAUL ARNOT AND ELIZABETH ZERBE came from similar all-American backgrounds. Both were born in small mid-country towns, he in Missouri, she in Colorado. Both moved to California with migrating parents and attended college at the University of California at Berkeley. She was five years younger than he, so they did not meet as students; they met some years later in Dhahran, where both arrived as Aramco employees, by very different routes.
On the table was just one great bowl of rice. . The whole sheep gets on top of this bowl of rice, which is very beautifully done in little lines of saffron and little hard boiled eggs put into the rice. The entire table was covered with food in little dishes. I could not quite make out whether they ate with forks except with guests, or just what. They were a little awkward with their forks. It was quite a treat and exciting for the children to be anywhere around me. Various sons of the king came wandering down from upstairs to see this woman.
34 Hart was consul in Dhahran until 1946, returned there as consul general after the mission's status was upgraded in 1949, stayed three years on that tour, and later became ambassador in the early 1960s. His wife, Jane, whom he met in that Cairo hospital, accompanied him to Dhahran when he was assigned as consul general, and their first child was born in the Aramco hospital. Every morning, Hart worked at his Arabic lessons. His instructor was a bright young man sent to him by Aramco named Sulaiman Olayan.
Alaska (Regional Guide) by Jim DuFresne, Robert Kelly, Catherine Bodry