Sunday, September 4, 2016

Wasilla Rainy Days & Supper At The Longs ~Alaska Trip Days 28-30

Our campsites at the Turner residence.

Cindy's best baked cream cheese halibut.
Sunday, Monday, & Tuesday were overcast, drizzly days. There were times of downpour, and periods of clearing. The men fished one day at Cottonwood Creek and I went with Cindy on a food bank delivery run. We spent most of the time indoors playing games, doing everyday life, and enjoying faraway friends' company.


first time pistol target shooting


That one had a bit more kick!



The boys found a ptarmigan! (Alaska's state bird)

Their backyard flood plain moisture is great for sprouting mushrooms of different kinds.
There are also lots of berries growing too. The girls ate raspberries, watermelon berries, currants, & rose hips.
Tuesday evening we went to David & Holly Long's for a delicious taco soup meal. (Even though August brings scorching heat to Kansas plains, in Alaska, autumn has arrived...soup's on!) Our time together passed by quickly as we shared life journeys & convictions, good conversation & great food, singing & refreshment.






Fellowship is sweet!

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