Susanna and Her New Light – Photo by Michael J. Sharp
The holidays have come and gone. We have both battled the winter virus–it was a doozy. The days are already noticeably longer, though it is a very dark hole we are climbing out of. We had a wonderful Christmas and a great start to the new year.
As of late Susanna is often found buried in her new crossword puzzle book and I have been working on a few lingering projects. Nisa is happy when we wander the docks and when I throw snowballs for her. But we are waiting. We are waiting for the MASSIVE amounts of snow that Valdez is famous for. We are waiting for 30+ inches (76cm) to fall overnight. It has not happened. The locals assure us that it will happen, the snow will come.
So we wait and read about Colorado, storm after storm filling the Rockies with copious amounts of snow and I dream of powder so deep that I need a SCUBA tank just to breathe.
It is snowing. 3 inches here. 5 inches there. But we wait for the big dump. It’s coming, it’s coming. When is the only question.
This year we have added a new tool to our kit. Super-bright headlamps so we can ski in the dark thus avoiding the dreaded flat light.
So we wait and hope that the snow will soon arrive and our dreams will come true!
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