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My experiences are slowly adding to the short story that is my life.
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Kind of busy . . . so I will point both old and new subscribers to some old posts. In 2012, we succumbed to the old people syndrome . . . and went on a cruise. Specifically, a cruise to … Continue reading
By coincidence, as I write this final chapter of our cruising adventure, I am listening to the wind outside. Yes, just as during the last Alaska cruise post, snow is blowing about, making roads treacherous, and chilling things down to … Continue reading
I sit here listening to the wind. I look out, and see the same wind move snow at a pretty good clip. The wind is blowing as if this area was inhabited by dickens, but not just regular dickens. Great … Continue reading
Because of the poor quality of some of the Tracy Arm photos, I rendered them in Black and White. As often is the case, someone liked them, and suggested more pictures were excellent candidates for decoloration. I’m not sure if … Continue reading
What happened to Part IV, you ask. Or not . . . you probably don’t care. Regardless, the previous post was Part VI, but it had been so long since Part III, and I am so senile, that I had … Continue reading
The alarm wakes us, and I know we are not sailing at our normal pace . . . we are making our way into Tracy Arm. Our destination? Sawyer Glaciers. I grab my 25 pounds of camera equipment, a sweater, … Continue reading
The previous post got us off the ground (nice segue, eh?), and we rejoin the narrative up in the air, and looking at a nice view. This last one seemed primed for some manipulation (all these were done using the … Continue reading