Happy end of September Day! Yes, tomorrow we begin the last three months of the year. A lot of termination dust has melted and today is just beautiful. Took a drive into Seward a few hours ago so I could see the doctor. I have officially lost two inches in height and now only 6'5" and my weight holding at 220 lbs, which is about perfect for me. When I got down to 178 lbs I looked a bit emaciated, or so my lovely wife says. Anyhow, Seward looked wonderful and the Navy has left port. It appears all those marines and navy people behaved themselves. They normally do. Sewardites treat them pretty well as the town is very patriotic.
The U.S. Navy and Marines in Seward
Good morning to all of you on this Sunday morning. We've had two-days of heavy rain and Saturday morning we woke up to termination dust on the mountain tops in our valley. A wee bit early and heavy lake fog this morning. The U.S. Navy and Marines are in Seward this weekend, aboard the US Navy quick reaction troop carrier.
18th Anniversary of 9-11
Morning fog has now lifted off and it is one beautiful day here 'in the neighborhood'. You may or may not have heard but Tom Hanks is playing Mr. Rogers, a new movie about the famous child series star. Could be a winner, though even in makeup Hanks really doesn't resemble Mr. Rogers, but wears his famous red sweater.
Hello. A very good morning to all of you from us here at Moose Pass. Woke up and thought all the smoke had returned to our valley, but it ended up being a thick layer of lake fog. Today is just beautiful once the fog lifted. Expecting termination dust to hit us anytime soon, just never knows it were to have early winter or late.
Greetings to All: A couple days ago the smoke from the Swan Lake Fire was so bad I couldn't see the end of the driveway, but then a strong breeze came up and emptied the valley of the smoke. We've had rain and wind since then and no more smoke problem. Winds have forced the fire back on itself, at least in our fire.
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