31 December 2016

What Alaskans Do on a Day Off

This is the short section of the 275' driveway.
We take turns so that no one works up a sweat. That can be deadly in really cold temps. Fortunately, it's only 19° today.

Now we fire up the grill and make some wonderful burgers seasoned with Kenai Premier sauce, and some others with Moosetard's Alder-smoked mustard. Those are Alaskan brands made in Kenai and Fairbanks respectively, which are roughly 500 miles apart. But luckily for us, also sold locally.

As I said yesterday, our New Year's Eve will be a quiet evening at home.

So all y'all take care out there, and have a great evening, however you choose to celebrate it.

4 comments:

Old NFO said...

Enjoy the night! Best wishes for 2017 for you and yours, Rev!

Murphy's Law said...

Happy New Year to you and your family!

Rev. Paul said...

Thank you - both of you. :)

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

Sounds like you had a wonderful New Year!!!
Be very careful shoveling that white stuff :-)

A few flurries here tomorrow night, and more of that white stuff for Thursday and Friday. I'll wait, and see if it stays!