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Alaska is Missing Donuts

October 7, 2013

Crazy thought, I know. But there aren’t any.

There is no Dunkin’ Donuts.

There is no Shipley’s.

There is no Krispy Kreme. But, people do buy several dozen at a time in Seattle and then sell them on the roadside in Anchorage.

This makes me really depressed. I would love nothing more than to go where a Hot Now sign beckons me in, and a sugary sweet smell makes me drool.

Anyways, on a “things Alaska has that the lower 48 doesn’t” list, we do still have thriving blockbuster’s.

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So, uhh, at least we’ve got movies?

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  • Reply Anna October 7, 2013 at 15:57

    Ben says that he remembers when the first Krispy Kreme opened in Seattle. He said that kids would go and buy 8 dozen at a time and sell them at school in the morning. lol

    • Reply Emily Stewart November 3, 2013 at 16:40

      Apparently, a lot of people will bring up Krispy Kreme from Seattle and sell them on the roadside in Anchorage. We’ve seen it a few times, but I’ve always been too nervous to buy a box: I have no idea how old the donuts are!

  • Reply Nancy Accipiter October 12, 2013 at 14:47

    Maybe your dad and I should move up there and open a Krispy Kreme, Dunkin Donuts, or better yet…a Tim Horton Donuts!

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