Greetings from Seldovia, the rain capitol of the world! At least it seems like it. It has rained twelve out of the last thirteen days, and I'm pretty sure it sprinkled on that other day too. Mostly life goes on as usual. The fishing we've done has all been in the rain. We've sat outside and enjoyed our view of the water, from under the awning that is. Everyone goes on about their business.....wearing the fashion correct clothing for the monsoon season, yellow slickers. Or orange. And calf high rubber boots. Brown. The roads that used to be full of deep pot holes are now full of water filled deep pot holes. The white truck is no longer vanilla looking, but rather a rich chocolate brown. The ATV's that used to come roaring through the campground at all hours of the day or night are almost nonexistent! We've done some canning. I've almost finished a flannel baby quilt. I've read five books. We've had wonderful dinners of salmon and halibut, accompanied by fresh garden lettuce, broccoli, and turnips. We've enjoyed visiting with Chris and Amy and grand dog, Stella.
And I'm loving' it!