No, I haven't forgotten you. It's just taking me awhile to accept the fact that I'm again going to be almost 4000 miles away from my youngest grandson. It's been rough. The roads, the weather, and my attitude....all rough. But, I have decided that I need to focus on my oldest grandson's wedding on Saturday rather than on leaving the youngest grandson in Alaska. I love you dearly Nils, but this weekend belongs to Aaron and Callie.
Tok to Whitehorse on Sunday. Whitehorse to Fort Nelson on Monday. Fort Nelson to Whitecourt on Tuesday. And Whitecourt to Saskatoon today. I know it means nothing to you, but it is a blur to me. We had rough roads, construction, and rain until today. We had long days, many miles, and arrived late each night. Today we arrived at a decent hour, and I had time to enjoy cooking and eating our dinner for a change.
However, I do believe that the scenery is more spectacular on the return trip than on the trip up. Same road, same mountains, but different views. I'll post a few pictures, but remember; all were taken through a wet dirty windshield, at 55-65 MPH. No quality in the photos, that's for sure! But it was beautiful!
Tomorrow, God willing, we will be in Grand Forks, North Dakota. Hope to connect with our son there, even if it's only for a few minutes to hug the grandkid, Sammy! Then Friday morning it's off to the retreat where the big wedding is taking place this weekend. It's been a long, but good trip!