Tuesday, September 22, 2009

This morning I woke up

to blowing wind and snow. It was so cold I stayed inside all day. Spent the day cooking and starting to organize for Tricia and I to begin her packing tomorrow. I organized the boys books and drawers and did some packing in the bathroom. I also made Potato Leek soup for dinner.
Cooper had asked me to make him some Chicken Enchiladas so I made a pan of those and put them in the fridge for a dinner in a few days when things are hectic and there is no time for cooking. There was some left over chicken that I made into a Salad for lunch tomorrow too.
I do still want to see if I can go inside of the Container house they are building across the street.
They started putting siding on it yesterday and nearly have the roof on it. I am really curious to see how they plan to finish the inside.
I also have this picture I think you will enjoy.

It really means what it says. Not only look both ways, but look up also, there may be one landing. The road to the beach goes across the end of the runway, so you really have to be careful!!

I am planning to start home Thursday morning. Will fly to Anchorage have a short layover and on to Seattle in the afternoon. Unfortunately, I will get into Seattle right at the height of rush hour but my other option was late Thursday night, early Friday morning. That is to hard on Stan since he has to work on Friday so I am opting for the rush hour choice.


Gina said...

I have closets. And I hate to cook. Pretend I am moving and come stay with me for a week. My bathrooms will thank you.

Katidids said...

OH! I second Gina! I have closets and you won't have to cook! How nice you were able to help sort things out. I'm sure she has streamlined a lot but packing is still a pain..I'd hate to think about packing our house right now!

Pautlitz Blog said...

Wow Evy,
The pictures are amazing! I don't think I could ever live there though:)

Sissy said...

I grew up in Anchorage and loved living there. Then we moved to Florida and sweated ourselves silly.

I am glad you are enjoying your time in Alaska. It really is a different lifestyle than what everyone in the lower 48 expects.


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