Alaska Kozey Cabins
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... boring life? Not me!) Usually when I am not working (Saturday or Sunday) my friends/family/pets and I always try to take a hike or go one adventurous walks with killer views of the mountains and sunsets/sunrises. If you shall know, my dogs (chow-chow and American Eskimo) LOVE to go on walks and runs. They will beg and whine until I take them. Is that motivation or what!? Anyways, I am just enthralled by Alaska's nature it is something that ...
... movie or to a live show in the Theatre on the Sea. Tonight they had Dancing with the Stars. There had been a competition during the week. One of the passengers who entered was teamed up with one of the Dancers. There were 6 finalists. Bit of fun.... Took one photo after 9pm, then after the show round 10.30, but cloud cover had come over. Partying continued in the Crows Nest, but bedtime for us with a 6am ...
... standing for something great & 49 for Alaska being the 49th State) from Anchorage to Nome on the western Bering Sea coast in 10 to 17 days. Mushers come from all walks of life - fishermen, lawyers, doctors, miners, artists, natives, Canadians, Swiss, French and others. It’s a race organised & run primarily by volunteers. There are certain pieces of equipment each team must have — an arctic parka, a heavy sleeping bag, an axe, snowshoes, musher food, dog ...
... of the highway off ramp & i found that alright. Following the road round I was parallel with the highway (all good so far) & recognised where Sheila turns down a side road to get to her house. I made it without having to call for help! Eddie was in but Sheila was out visiting. I made some Ghirardelli chocolate brownies, Eddie said he hadn't tasted them before & by the time Sheila got home they were cooked & cooled & so so yummy. Another family converted, I should ...
... and drinking Americano Espresso and are highly addicted.
- The camera was worth it. I need a different tripod.
- I can take pictures in the light too.
- You truly can live off of peanut butter. If I were a Doomsday Prepper, I'd live in Georgia so when the big event happened, I'd be closer to the peanuts to grind up for peanut butter and wouldn't have to kill a moose.