October 18, 2006 at 11:58 AM...spent with my visiting mother, whom I haven't seen in nearly two years. We were unusually blessed with two sunny days, so we grabbed our cameras and made an effort to capture as much as we could before it all went away. Too bad it all just keeps moving on, as much as we wished these perfect days wouldn't end.
But really though, when can I come move in with you? It's so beautiful there!
But how did you find the picture of the animal I rode on to escape from your house two weeks ago?
Lovely pics Emily.
Kelsey Z, you're so close, it'd be a crime for you not to indulge in a road trip as soon as you can.
Linda, You're funny. I tell you what, if you can ride that moose, you can have that moose.
Bill, What's your business? As long as it doesn't revolve around ice cube sales, I think you can manage to swing it.
Terez, Thanks. I hope your writing is going well these days, by the way.
Neil, The milk tastes funny up here, too. ;)
Vivian, Camels are only accidental here.
Maura, Plenty of baked Alaskans in Homer. (my apologies to Michael Shallock, who is not one of the baked)
Pauline, That was Seward. You'd like it.
Christian, Glad you enjoyed the composition.
Tom, It has been so good to catch up with my mom again. We've been staying up late every night, watching Northern Exposure and Seinfeld, talking and crocheting. Now all I need are a couple of rocking chairs to complete this picture...
Buri, You couldn't even beat a moose in a game of scrabble? Go figure. ;)
Ray, we saw swans there, but they weren't photogenic at all, surprisingly.
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