These provide me with the best listening experience I’ve ever had–literally ever! I can not recommend them enough. If mine were stolen or crushed by a steam roller, I would have to purchase another pair.
So, for those who have wondered why I have been unusually silent on my blog, these are the reasons. Sometimes life piles up. This time life piled up high.
I am saddened to report that my dear mother passed away on Sunday, September 6, 2015. She was just 3 months away from her 80th birthday. My sister, Rebecca, gave her a surprise birthday party for her 79th birthday. Mother was challenged with many difficult conditions for many years, but she remained a strong-willed fighter […]
Notice to every service that tries to force me, as a paying customer, to allow you collect my data and do whatever the hell you feel like doing with it: Screw you! I will drop you like a hot potato!!
I originally thought this would be just another boring travel day spent couped up in jets.. Well, it was. But we did have a little excitement in the Juneau Airport.
We spent our final day hanging around in Juneau, a really quirky town, as I mentioned early on in the trip. One of the things I noticed about the people in Alaska is that they are exceptionally friendly. “Oh, we have an unwritten rule in Gustavus: you never pass anyone on the road.”
Today we were supposed to fly from Gustovus back to Juneau. However, the weather appears to have decided otherwise. We have been packed for several hours now and are hanging out, waiting for the call! The fog and drizzle appear to have burned off (mostly) here and reportedly in Juneau, but not in the intervening […]
Today we boarded the St. Phillip to take a cruise up to the northern most point of Glacier Bay. The boat was full of people. The weather began as dreary, rainy, and rather cold, but the views were still astonishing. In fact, I’m glad I had the chance to see the fog and clouds doing […]
Steve and the group did a long hike. I could have chosen to do a 1 mile hike that was flat, but I just didn’t want to risk slipping/sliding in the mud or on the wet boardwalk. This turned out to be a good call.
Today we boarded 2 vans and headed to the Haines International Transcontinental, Intergalactic Spaceport to fly to the remote town of Gustavus, population 350. No TSA hassle here!