Friday, 9 January 2009

Something to Hold Close...

I love Alaska dearly and have been chomping at the bit to get up there for over a month now, but more then that I love my home and know I will miss it and all my family members that are staying behind starting the very moment we drive out the driveway.

This morning I was presented with a memory of the yard to hold close to my heart until I'm back home.



mgailt said...

I can see why love your home, and would want to hold onto it. What a beautiful sky. You do have some absolutely awesome photos, Karen.

Helen Thorgalsen said...

Thanks for the spectacular photos! Your home is a wonderful place because of all you put into it and all you make it to be. I am delighted that I will be able to spend a short time there caring for it in your absence, what an honor it will be. Of course the best part will be when you come home!
Have tons of fun in Alaska and I wish you safe travels.

Khyra The Siberian Husky said...

Oh my!

I'd probably turn bakhk!

Once again, beaWOOtiful pikhs!

Have a grrrreat trip with safe travels and smooth trails!


Sandy Weaver Carman said...

Lovely place, safe on your trip and be warm on the trail. Here's to a triumphant Pretty Sled Dog finish!

kiwismom98 said...

Oh those are worth framing, as are a lot of your pics!
Have a safe trip full of more beautiful things to see and enjoy!


Anonymous said...

Ah-h-h-h-h Karen, a true "heart memory" They are gorgeous and the sky is unbelievable. Whenever I try to catch the sky colors, I don't get much--I have to tilt my camera.
Anyway, that memory is something. It would make a wonderful box of cards. I've just about used up my box of the snow covered ridge top during the Whitefish race.