Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas!

The barely-waning moon watches from above as Christmas morning dawned cold and clear over Bethel. May each of you have a day full of peace, joy, love, and hope...and may the laughter of children gladden your heart.

Photo by The Tundra PA, taken at 11:30 AM; temp -12 degrees.

3 Comments:

Blogger Ruth said...

What a beautiful picture and a treat to have sunlight on this day. All the best of the season and in the New Year to you too.

Wednesday, December 26, 2007 2:13:00 PM  
Blogger Karen Travels said...

hi! Yes, I LOVE your blog...it's one of the first I started reading when I began dreaming about Alaska, all the way back in January. I do not why I never left a comment before!! Maybe I thought I did, but never acutally got around to it.

So, I have been daydreaming about a remote "foreign" land for a while, and in October I decided I was going to do it for sure.

I am thinking about Wasilla or Palmer...not too remote, but not a city either. I don't know if I can do a "bush" village my first year. I don't even know if I will be there more than one year!! Who knows!!

I am a teacher and I am very excited to teach a different culture. I am excited to get out of the rut and try something new. I have constant wanderlust!

If I don't move to a bush village at least I will try to get out to visit one like yours!!

Wednesday, December 26, 2007 3:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Sky said...

Merry almost a day and a half after Christmas! Now, the New Year is the one that's going to be great... hehehe 2008 is going to be Great! Least wise I hope so.

Your shot here with the Moon over Bethel (could that be a title of something?) is Absolutely Beautiful there Tundra PA!

I read good words written by good people who can tie them together in ways that are beyound description. Inspiration and thought provoking tomes bear phrases that come back to the forefront of my mind as the day grows on, and then there are the pictures!

^ yata HEY! that's a Great Pic!


Sky

Thursday, December 27, 2007 1:48:00 AM  

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