Elaine & Cathy
Pam, my gorgeous husband, Scott & BFF Janbelle
Eagles on the Warrior (it WAS lunchtime)
Captain Scott & the Warrior
Mrs. Captain Scott & Warrior
Great photo taken by sister Cathy out the truck window.
Sister Cathy at sister Sherrie's house
Rio (can her legs GET any further apart?) She is so darn cute!
CB and Cookie Dough at the Grand Aleutian hotel (Margaret's Bay Cafe)
Me & Cookie Dough
Pyramid Mountain.....never get tired of looking at this magnificent mountain!
Alaska Warrior tied up to and offloading to a tramper.
Easton Selle....absolutely adorable! He is going to be a linebacker in the NFL, I'm SURE of it.
My baby, Elmo and Rio.
Addilen Selle, she is absolutely gorgeous (just like her mom and grandma)
Had to sneak in a photo of crab pots ;)
And just in case you haven't had your fill of eagles (I NEVER get tired of looking at them)
I know this darling dog looks familiar to most of you....it's CHICO :)
And Chico's parents, Steve and Goldfish....I finally got to see their beautiful home. It is really nice, I'm impressed. They have done an excellent job making this house a home. Cozy, warm, inviting and beautifully decorated.
Another familiar sight......Steve's motorcycle :)
This is sad, the once World famous Elbow Room.....it's definitely seen better days.
And yet more eagle pictures....One of the things I miss most about Dutch Harbor is/are the eagles.....someone who will remain nameless said "they are just ocean rats"...I disagree wholeheartedly!
And more eagles......
Not done with eagle pics yet.
The Bishop's house just across from the Russian Orthodox church.
There's my boy!
King Eider of Umnak with Kimo in the background.
Sisters.....Janbelle, Me, Cathy & Sherrie visiting Jan at Telalaska
Cathy at Memorial Park
Me sideways at Memorial Park
Elmo searching for his "prize" in Cathy's suitcase.
Three Dog Night
Is it a dog's butt OR an elephant face???
You'd think I would lose weight, with having 3 hungry mouths to feed.....but NOOOOO
Elmo with his "prize"
It was really fun going back to Dutch Harbor to visit, pick up my husband and my dog, Elmo....I was only there for one week, not near long enough to see everyone....I will always consider Dutch Harbor my home and will always miss it. As sister Sherrie said "the mud is in full bloom", boy she wasn't kidding. It snowed the first couple of days we were there, with that big yellow thing in the sky making an appearance here and there. I'm back to my new home now....Elmo survived the flights and is snoozing away in the living room right now. He has a vet appt. tomorrow morning, and I'm anxious to see what the doc will say. I'm hoping that with some good, quality vet care that he has at least a couple more years left. If he says his quality of life is not good, then I will do the right thing so that he doesn't suffer, I know he has slowed down considerably in the last few months, but don't we all slow down when we get older? I can't imagine my life without my beloved Elmo in it. He has brought me so much joy in the last 13 years, that is for sure. So, please say a prayer for him...thanks!