Sunday, October 6, 2013
Saturday, October 5, 2013
So, I finally have some internet time to update my blog and google+. One of jobs I had this summer was security for large foreign ships, checking everyone one in and out. The ships have been cruise ships, fuel ships, and research vessels. Lots of different kind of folks through here.
I recently had the opportunity to crew on a 700nm trip delivering a sail boat from Nome, AK to Sand Point, AK. I was a bit seasick for the first day and a half but soon got over it by the time some heavy weather with 40 knot winds came our way. We tucked into Nunivak Island for a day to wait for the weather to pass. We then had a nice northwest wind to carry us all the way to False Pass. I saw some black and white dolphins (see video) that hung around for 2 hours playing in the waves in front of the boat.
Saturday, July 13, 2013
|Our indestructible ride to get us to these very back country geocaches|
|Me writing in the log book|
|Stopping to enjoy the view and flowers|
|Little cabins around everywhere|
|Bianca found this geocache|
|View from the cache of Salmoln Lake|
|Following Rolland and Bianca on this looong hike|
|Deb enjoying the view|
Friday, July 12, 2013
Things have been busy here in Nome. I see May is my last post. One of the things we like to do when the weather permits is to take the buggy out into the country. This time we stopped at an abandon gold dredge. See more pictures at g+.
Friday, May 24, 2013
|AMCC State Forest|
Since Nome is very cold it is rare to see a tree taller than 3 feet. I discovered the AMCC (Anvil Mountain Correctional Facility) State Forest while geocaching. This biggest clump of trees in all of Nome!
|The WHOLE AMCC State Forest|