It get’s really busy this time of year, and it’s hard to squeeze in adequate family time. But, Ali and I managed to sneak away for a couple of hours and do some exploring. We landed out on the glacier and I showed her the ice my air taxi is named after. We even threw some huge rocks down into a moulin and jumped across some crevasses. She thought she was pretty cool. We also landed out on the river and picked up a moose antler and Ali tracked a bear. I don’t want time to stand still, because I think that would be weird, but I would not mind if the Alaskan Autumn lasted about 2 weeks longer. The North wind is picking up this morning and I am afraid the leaves are going to blow away today.
Well, I’ve got to go drop off some moose hunters now that my coffee is gone. And, I hope all you Alaskans are ready for the first Fall storm. Kings Salmon is already blowing 35 knots, and Palmer is supposed to be at 32 knots by noon … here we go again.