6:09 A.M. Tea & Coffee Water Wx: 36° Rain and Snow 6:35 A.M. Caffeine Coming to Mug Near Me Soon 6:50 A.M. Morning Computing – Google Chat with J at Penn State 7:08 A.M. Tea….ummm! 7:10 A.M. Ahhh Caffine – Headphones for NPR and Quiet for the Sleeping Susanna 7:56 A.M. Nisa’s Morning Walk/Dock Inspection, […]
Introducing a new and regular feature here at Adventure Freaks, every week we will add a new post for your pleasure: The Tuesday Tease. It may be big; it may be small. It may be heart stopping, terrifying and eye-popping. It may subtle, unique and mysterious. The Tuesday Tease will fill gaps from the past year and keep you posted about current happenings on Bluewater.
Here is a different look at the toe of the Tiger Glacier from last month. Lots of thanks to the panorama master Al Sharp for stitching this together and making it work. GO PAPA GO! To appreciate the scale, look for Susanna standing on a boulder along the shore. Click and drag to pan | […]
We have just arrived in Seward, Alaska on the Kenai Peninsula and are getting ready to head into Kenai Fjords National Park. There are a thousand new stories to tell and a thousand new ideas to share. While we resupply and refuel I thought you might like to see some pictures. So check out the […]
We take what the sun offers, like beggars on some street corner, we toil under her blue lid, we toil under her cousin the sky and we wait, we wait for the snow to fall.
The crew and 30+ inches of snow…time to shovel! There has been some debate going on in this household over the past few weeks. You see my father and his wife, Susan, are coming to Valdez for the week between Christmas and New Years. The question at hand is: should they bring their touring skis […]
As the sun set today the moon arose over the newly frosted Chugach. This is the view from the dining room table. Thanks for taking a gander. If you find something that’s broken or missing, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.
GAAAAAAAAAA! WHERE IS THE SNOW! 36 inches of new snow. 20 inches of new snow. 24 inches of new snow. IN FREEKING COLORADO! Why am I making noises like a frustrated, caged tiger? Not because the avalanche danger is too high, not because the mountains around us are unbelievable but because we have traveled over […]
I just glanced out the window and the wind has changed direction, the sky is clouding up and the crescent moon is rising in the southeast over the mountains. What an amazing place we have come to.
We whiled away the night under a perfect blanket of stars and talked of the ocean and adventures past. Eventually it was time for Norris and the dogs to return home. With promises to keep in touch, Norris zoomed off through the dark anchorage calling out “YeeeHaaa!!!” from his Big Red Zodiac.