A little bit of snow, a couple days of clear and cold, toss in another inch or two of snow and today the skies are a beautiful color of soft blue, behind and above majestic mountain peaks a solid white in color. Yes, today Moose Pass is a beautiful place to be.
Snowy day, following a night of rain--makes for a lot of fun with slippery ice. Anyhow, greetings from Moose Pass.
If any of you forgot Valentine's Day, like I did, the Pakistani Government has actually banned it this year from public places and government buildings. Strange when you think how far Hallmark's creation has actually reached--a vast majority of UN countries celebrate it in some way. As for me, my lovely wife forgave me.
Here is a story I found today and I thought I might share it with you, to remind you how nice it is to live in America.-
Hello Everyone. Light snow is falling and last time I checked it was 20 plus degrees outside. Up in Alaska the temperature rises with snowfall, though I have seen snow at minus 32 degrees. I recall, and I might have said this before, how my first family Christmas with Mona and we were living on base, I came home from working a midnight shift, with Mona and while she went to be doing the sensible thing I was determined to hike to the backside of the base and chop down my first Christmas tree.
What a beautiful day in the metropolis of Moose Pass, a truly romantic spot, surrounded by majestic peaks and a mild temperature of minus 2 degrees. Now were expecting some additional snow fall tonight and tomorrow, I love it.
Greetings. Foggy this morning and 6 degrees. When the fog cleared we had clear skies and a truly beautiful day. The snow on the ground simply glowed, made one really respect the Lord's paint brush. Mona was on her Wednesday trip to Soldotna to pick up Susan, who works over there for three days. Mona can help out in the store, do some grocery shopping in the big stores and then enjoy an hour long drive back home. But sometimes, the road turns to sheet ice and it can be a treacherous drive home.
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