• While walking up to Lower Lake, a seasoned local hiker came upon a distressed tourist carrying a helmet and looking quite frazzled. With a fearful huff and puff, the tourist asked the local hiker, “Which way to civilization?!”
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Wife: “Honey, would you like another beer before we go?’
Husband: “No, beer is where babies come from.”
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• A husband and wife read a waiter’s “Got Wood?” t-shirt at the Station. After reading the shirt, the wife said to the waiter, “I love the writing on that shirt. It’s a question I ask every now and then, even though we’re old.”

• One of the Glacier Point guides overheard a couple while walking along the small boat harbor say,  “Oh look, you can tell this is a fishing town. Do you think they have a Long John Silvers?”

• A local resident was in Dyea just south of raft take-out and was flagged down by four of the little motor scooters out there. They were waving excitedly and finally the last one stopped.
“Excuse me! Quick question! …Where is the Broadway Dock?”
“Broadway?” the guide asked.
“Yes, Norwegian Sun. We are looking for the Norwegian Sun.”
“You’re about eight miles away and still going the wrong way. You need to turn around and go back to the other valley.”
The scooter yelled ahead to the rest in the party, “Oh guys, we’re in the wrong valley!”

• Finally, at the Gold Dredge Restaurant, a husband and wife with three kids at the table were trying to have a conversation:
Wife: “Honey, would you like another beer before we go?’
Husband: “No, beer is where babies come from.”

Now that’s more like it!!! The windy one is turning circles in his old swivel chair reading these, elated with the prime wind he is seeing.  This month’s windy drawing winner is Walker Sexton. Come on down for your free copy of Nowhere Else to Go, But Dyea  from Skaguay News Depot & Books. Keep the wind coming to be entered in the early August drawing.