Monthly Archives: November 2010

Umpteen Kinds of Snow

This week the Alaskan Interior was hit hard with a very out of character rain/ice storm. Lee and I were both worried that the rain and ice had left us with slush that would be too difficult to ski or … Continue reading

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It is supposed to drop into the negative digits tonight, and possibly -35 tomorrow. So here’s my question – Do people with outhouses in Alaska wipe with their mittens on?

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Who’s Afraid of the Dark?

I have a secret, a deep dark secret. Do you know? Can you guess? Well, I’ve decided to let the cat out of the bag. My secret is, I am afraid of the dark. Irrationally afraid of the dark and … Continue reading

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A Walk in the Woods

I went on a blog hiatus for a bit. No excuse really, just too much knitting and not enough time. So this is a bit of a “catch-up” post. Last weekend Lee and I went for a walk on one … Continue reading

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The Tale of the Late Physicist, the Brave School Teacher and the Howling Wolf

Once upon a time a Physicist and a School Teacher were driving home from a long day of work. It was dark out and there was a fresh dusting of snow on the ground. They were talking to each other, … Continue reading

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