December 25, 2006

Auf Wiedersehen, Alaska!

The time has come to say goodbye to the little computer for at least two weeks. Today, besides being Christmas, is also the day we need to pack all of our belongings into a space no bigger than a small walk-in closet. We're still under some delusion that most of it will actually fit. If not, there's always the post office.

Anyway, I may have an opportunity to post on here once or twice while on the road or while we're in port during the week-long ferry ride, but there are no guarantees. I also don't know how long it will take to get internet hooked up in our new place after we arrive on January 7th. So, suffice to say there may not be many updates for the next several weeks.

However, when I am back up and running you can expect all sorts of neato desert pictures and stories. Until then, I hope you all have a wonderful holiday season and a safe and happy new year!


Janine Renslow said...

Have a SAFE journey!! We will miss your "VERBOSE" blogs, so get set back up as soon as you are settled in Arizona! Hugs to Sonja the seal kisser & the BUBS!!
:o) Janine

Anonymous said...

Paul, I randomly landed on your blog today. I thought "oh good, a good one..." Then I looked at your and Sonja's photos and realized that we were once neighbors up here in Fairbanks. It is Henry & Elizabeth from Narwhale Tr.
Cheers and Good luck.
There should be new and interesting bird life in Arizona.
PS: We had a hummingbird visit our home several times this summer. Rufous perhaps?

P. Ollig said...

Hey Henry! Good to hear from someone from the old neighborhood! Send me an email! I'd love to catch up with you and Elizabeth!