Work has been pretty intense but I think I'm over the hump. I know March will be going by pretty fast as well so that means vacation is just around the corner!
Let's see - first of all, thanks for hanging in there for the few days of "Eagles Love _______" series - I was putting in some pretty crazy days and it was all I could do to post up a pic and fall into bed. Tuesday night it was Goldfish's birthday so we went out to The Grand with friends to celebrate. It was an interesting meal - Sig Hansen was sitting 10 feet away at the bar at the entrance to the restaurant; just before we all met up the catcher/processor Pacific Glacier caught fire about 12 hours out from Dutch Harbor so Elaine was on her cell phone trying to find out if her observers were safe, Keri and Tami were sitting in a daze from working 18 hour days, we all shared our entree's and Elaine brought a cake . . . it was fun, and the wind had picked up outside and was plastering everything with 32 degree snow like one of those quick-crete guns.
Yesterday is a blur, I worked from 7 AM to 3 AM getting the database up to date and ready to export into the new inventory system. Today I took pictures on the dock after work then Goldfish and I went over to the Small Boat Harbor to look around before dinner at The Crabpot Cafe. Tonight we watched a pirated copy of No Country for Old Men that we've had for a month but haven't had time to watch - I can see why it won so many awards.
There you have it, up to date! Lots more daylight in the evenings these days, I'm looking forward to more snowshoeing, dog walking and hopefully getting out to the northern beaches soon to see what the winter storms left for me. Cheers everyone . . .
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