Monthly Archives: July 2011

Africa Once More

I recently finished reading a remarkable book called Africa Trek, an incredible story that I highly recommend. This book chronicles the journey of a newlywed French couple who, incredibly, decided to walk the length of Africa entirely on foot, from … Continue reading

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A Summer’s Day

So here’s what my summer’s been like lately – Woke up at 5:00, had to go to the bathroom, could not get back to sleep so gave up trying and got up. Said a brief “good morning” to my husband, … Continue reading

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Tourists Are Here

The summer tourists have arrived in droves. RVs, campers, and crowded streets and highways are obvious evidence that people are sick of their insufferably hot home states and have come to Alaska for a reprieve. We are enjoying spotting all … Continue reading

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Giving Back

One of the struggles I’ve had since moving to Anchorage is how to help those in need. In Angola, the need was evident everywhere you looked – it slapped you in the face every day. There were countless, daily opportunities … Continue reading

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Fishing, Baby Moose, and Hiking – Yep, It’s Summertime in Alaska

While the girls and I were busy doing girly things, Mark and Kyle took a manly weekend trip to go halibut fishing. Mark’s co-worker had arranged a charter boat for those who wanted to participate, and right when Mark heard … Continue reading

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Summer Fun

I intended on posting this while Sierra was still here, but didn’t get to it. So here it is now, even though she’s flown back to Texas. Sarah’s been having a blast with her friend Sierra, who’s visiting from Texas. … Continue reading

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