After spending 54 years from birth to 2008 living in Iowa I was presented with an opportunity to live in Fairbanks, Alaska. My blog is a diary of the adventure to get to Alaska, day to day life in Alaska, as well as facts for loved ones left behind in the Lower 48. Enjoy.

Saturday, May 30, 2009

Pix 4 u

We've been really, really busy the past couple of months. Here are a few pix to update you~
We finally found an eskimo in Alaska, and adopted him. Rambo is eskimo and husky. We adopted him from a young lady originally from North Carolina. Her husband and she moved to Fairbanks with the military.

Ice chunks floating down the Chena River. The photo doesn't do justice to the constant flow of the huge chunks of ice that floated by all day. Fortunately we did not experience flooding like Eagle, AK.

Rear view of the duplex we purchased. Snow has all melted and veggies are planted in back yard.

View across the street from our living room window.

Street view of our duplex. We live in the upper portion; Brian and Camilla will move from their dry cabin in late August into the lower portion.

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