Sunday, April 26, 2009

For My Sister In Idaho


Well Sis, I've felt really bad we couldn't find the horses when you visited last summer.  Especially bad because I've been riding a lot out to Morris Cove and I see them every day (I posted a video on Facebook for you) - so if you can spot the horses in the TOP photo, I'll come visit you in Idaho in June.  Okay, okay, I'm coming whether you can see the horses or not . . . 

Today we had a mass casualty drill out at the airport; there were plenty of folks taking pictures including Channel 8 so I didn't bother but I think everything went really well - I know I had fun!

I have a message for Kay - Roger told me to let you know that you and I have something in common now, we both have acted up at mass casualty drills!  Today was wonderfully sunny and Chico and I had a nice long walk after training.  I've got a few blog topics in mind for the next few days but for now it's past my bedtime - cheers!

7 comments:

Lori said...

Beautiful horses - they seemed to know that you were there taking a pic of them - great shot!

Suzassippi said...

I spotted the horses in the top picture--does this mean you are coming to Mississippi, too? :)

Carlisleboy said...

I do so hope that I will be able to "Find" the Horses when my sister and Nephew come out here in July!!

Bloviating Zeppelin said...

Hey, and due to Global Warming it SNOWED at my cabin last Friday! 29-degrees at night!

BZ

Bren said...

Hey Bro,
My imagination surely saw horses! I think not seeing the horses gave me another reason to return someday. It would take alot to get me in a plane, you know. :)

Looking forward to seeing you in June. Wish it was for another reason but glad your getting it done.
Love ya

Steve said...

Suzassippi . . . ummm, yeah, I guess so! :O)

CB, as you know, the horses are usually pretty easy to find, but last year Fish & Game did a gelding project to stabilize the population - THIS made them pretty hard to find for awhile - can you blame them??

BZ, it was absolutely gorgeous out here today, maybe 50 degrees and sunny - my favorite weather!

Kay said...

Steve, I so enjoy your blog. Your writing is amazing and I love your pictures. So you enjoyed the mass casualty exercise did you. I really enjoyed the time I spent running with the service. Unalaska is known for its great volunteers.