Lagopus wrote: »
Asked hubby if he wanted to go out for a walk in the brief daylight, or if I should just go out jogging alone. He chose to go for a walk with me.
For all of you who have trouble imagining what it's like up here when the sun doesn't go up at all, here's a picture from our walk. It's 11 am.
And here we're nearing peak light. We're about a mile farther along the road. The mountain is the same one, but we're now overlooking the pools that appear on the beach at low tide. They are brackish, fed from below with freshwater from the mountains behind us, but covered with saltwater twice a day by the tide. In the summer, the grandkids love coming here to collect scallop shells and look for shrimp and crabs in the pools.
We were out for about 1½ hours. We saw two boats on the fjord, and two little commuter planes overhead, but didn't meet a single car on the road./Penny at a peaceful spot not far from the
petrocoetsee wrote: »
I am going to Australia in 10 days time to visit my daughter and her family. Will be seeing and hugging my grandchildren the first time in 2.5 years. Saw my granddaughter last when she was 3 months old. My focus for December is to enjoy my visit, eat healthy, log everything, get regular exercise, and to be just happy.
Petro Coetsee, Johannesburg, South Africa
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