Day 13-Monday, July 18, 2011
We drove back to Anchorage. On the way we had a wonderful visit at the Musk Ox farm outside of Palmer. They had the bulls, cows, young and newborn. They use the hair to weave ouvite in small native villages. It is eight times warmer than wool, very lightweight and will not shrink in any temperature water. We watched two bulls in a head-butting contest while one frustrated bull was trying to destroy the fence.
Widowed in 2009 (wife Juanita Sutton-Collins). Two daughters, Kate Collins-Nunes and Colleen Collins. Granddaughter Elizabeth (Little-Bit) Nunes and son-in-law, Ron Nunes.
Retired health care executive and owner of Informed Decisions, Incorporated.
Home: Richfield, MN USA (Suburb of Minneapolis)
Born: Elroy, WI
Graduate of Regis HS Eau Claire, WI, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, attended University of Wisconsin-Stout, Menomonie, WI
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