The past month has been a whirlwind, with the end-of-school activities, playground build, and lots of crazy ship logistics. Today was our first regular weekend day in longer than we can remember. The highlight of the past few months for me has definitely been the playground build. Now we not only have a fantastic new place for the kids to play and spend time with their friends, but we also have lots of new friends of our own, met alongside table saws and paint brushes.
|It started as a forest of posts, 18 of which I helped set myself!|
|Last day of work|
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We are finally greening up around town, with new baby moose wandering around and dandelions everywhere. Two sets of moose twins were born in our neighborhood. And after spending a winter's day at minus 26 degrees, 55 is t-shirt weather for sure.
Monday the kids and I are headed north for what we are calling our Great Alaskan Road Trip. The LT (soon-to-be LTCDR-select!) can't get away from work, so we are going it alone. We will be spending time in Denali National Park, Fairbanks, and Talkeetna along the way. We haven't been further north than Anchorage, other than our drive in from Tok, so we are really excited to explore new-to-us parts of the state. I downloaded the Blogger mobile app, so I should be able to give daily trip highlights along the way, just like we did last year with our drive from CT to here. If you have been through or to any of the places we are headed, please leave us suggestions of your favorite pit-stops and attractions!