June 7 and 8, 2010
Monday and tuesday were a bit hectic, even for summer days. Myra's distance grad class started, she is locked in from 9 until noon each day with her class until the end of this month. Romay leaves tomorrow for Fairbanks to visit mom and to Anchorage for a basketball camp! She is traveling by herself while flying, a new experience for her! Jason has erected the first 2 post and beams of 11 total. We should have all of the beams up by thursday. Tomorrow we should get 4 or 5 up (heck, you never know, we just may finish) and will take pictures. Working on the 2nd level of the house is so exciting and gratifying. Jason has had help from a handful of willing people to lend a hand. Romay and I prepare simple tin foil meals from time to time, potatoes and meat in foil packets. Simple, but yummy, and I'm happy to say that we haven't had to rely on the all time emergency food of all, tube steaks, aka, hot dogs. I suglu (eskimo for 'lie'), summer hasn't been hectic, afterall, Myra got to relax in PJ's, drink coffee, and watch the Yukon as she took her class. We shall see you again in another posting soon.