WOW!! No rain for two days and the jungle continues to grow. I'm beginning to look for Godzilla when I walk over to church, or some other kind of freaky monster. Our summer visit of large black flies will hopefully end in about two weeks as the morning cold front move in. We can also say so long to the waves of mosquitoes. This is the only part of Alaska I dread- bugs. but, we are willing to put up with it for all the other blessing we receive here.
Good Afternoon: It appears we are going into an extremely wet Fall. Extremely early termination dust has already arrived and for those of you who are not aware, Termination Dust is the first snow appearing on the mountain tops. The termination part is the old saying that once this begins, winter is right around the corner. If you're like me, I've always wondered what "Corner" is that and how can I bypass it.
Hello There to all you people who are less fortunate then us, and cannot live in Moose Pass, Alaska. We live in such a beautiful valley, once a magnificent glacier valley and now contains Trail Lake, 7 magnificent mountain peaks and 12-million flying insects, curious brown bears, black bears and numerous moose.
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