This was a week ago on Chico's lunchtime walk - things are very different now with snow all the way down to sea level.
The berries are easy to find and easy to pick this time of year, and still delicious!
Well, I've been slowly breaking the news to our families - with unprecedented prices being paid at the dock for king crab out here, I'm probably not shipping home Christmas crab this year. Our crab boats are sure happy though, and cod season has been also going very well.
A busy dock at work.
Last Thursday there was a Medicinal Plants of Unalaska lecture at the Museum of the Aleutians by island treasure and fellow blogger Sharon. Goldfish and I loved it!
I kind of had a spider themed buffet table this year, so I carved a quick and easy spider pumpkin to use for a center piece.
The table is shaping up, the guests will be here soon!
We added the 6 foot long black cat this year, emerging from the master bedroom. I was worried about the noise from the blower unit but it wasn't even noticeable once the party got started.
All right, lets get the pillaging party started!
Captain Sandness got out of the Marines a long time ago - someone tell him he doesn't have to stand at attention in my living room . . .
Here's a good looking couple, and they brought an amazing Halloween themed chocoflan!
The Millipede tournament rages throughout the evening.
The fog came and went, at some points you couldn't even see halfway across the room.
I have no good explanation for this . . . . it was late, and the music was thumpin' and the air guitar was getting the best of all of us. . .
I thing it was just before this that the beaver attacked . . .
I hope everyone had a great Halloween! Thanks to all the trick or treaters and party guests that stopped by the house and helped us celebrate - see you next year!