Good Morning: 4 a.m. and a very windy day outside, expecting some more rain. Wind keeps the mosquitoes diving for cover, which is a good thing. We just celebrated Segan's 2nd birthday and she chose cream pies over a cake. For those of you not aware, she is our first great-granddaughter.
Hello to All: Clear skies, warming weather and another fine day here in Moose Pass. Yesterday was my journey to Anchorage to visit the Social Security Administration and begin that 4-month trail by combat. My first time back to Anchorage in about two years.
Good Morning to all. The sun was shining here in Moose Pass by 4 a.m. and we're still a month away from Summer Solstice. I remember how the sun in mid-June would just bounce off the horizon when he lived up north in Fairbanks. Longer days in summer, but shorter days in winter, also a whole lot colder.
Just another beautiful morning here in Moose Pass, with clear skies and for now a quiet highway. House is waking up, breakfast being made and the joyful sounds of two great-grandchildren can be heard downstairs.
Another very good morning to all. Hot of the presses, Loch Ness Monster rumored to be in Trail Lake...Yeti visiting Big Foot in Moose Pass Mountains....Okay, okay. A bit far fetched, but I was thinking of such weird things as I reviewed this morning's headlines from around the world. A lot of bizarre happenings and sadly, some of it so very true.
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Greetings: Woke up to a very windy morning here in Moose Pass, shaking the windows and bending the trees, but it left the skies clear of rain clouds. Had a couple days of light rains, which meant our 5 ankle biters were coming in from outside resembling wet sponges and our four would promptly jump on our bed before we could get them dried off. Owning critters can sometimes be a real test of one's ability to control one's temper. But, they don't know any better. Can't quite say the same thing for adults though.
Daylight is just now starting to make itself known as I can now see the snow covered mountains, it is 5 a.m.. With the highway outside quiet for now, I've taken to thinking our little hamlet here should be renamed Moose Passville, as it often reminds me of the TV "Hooterville" from the series "Petticoat Junction", a well liked sitcom of the 70s. It was loosely connected to the sitcom, "Beverly Hillbillies".
Greetings to all. Another beautiful morning here in Moose Pass, Alaska, though we might have to change the name of the place if the moose don't start making a show. The military has been buzzing about this morning, using our valleys to practice their low flying maneuvers and possibly visiting their so-called secret base on our glaciers well concealed back in one of the many passes the Alp-like Chugach Mountains provide.
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