One of the most common questions I see about eggs are How to make a hard boiled egg? and How can you tell if an egg is good? Today I’ll help you out with that.
A few weeks ago, we went on a little trip to the local University of Alaska – Fairbanks, and visited their museum.
When Maple-Orange Glazed Cornish Hens start cooking, it smells like the holidays. With the sweetness of the orange and maple, and the evergreen-like scent of the rosemary, you’ll love the warmth it brings to your kitchen.
On our first morning in Alaska, we woke up and saw the strangest rainbow-light “thing” over near the horizon. We later learned that it was a “sun dog.’” The first of many,
After leaving Whitehorse, we headed out on the last leg of our trip before hitting the border of Alaska.
Here are some of the pictures we took around the Whitehorse area.
The last place we stayed in Canada, was Whitehorse in the Yukon Territory. Whitehorse was the first real “civilization” we saw in Canada for some time.
Something I forgot to mention in my last post, was that shortly before seeing the Stone Sheep, we also saw a group of about 5 elk!
Our next stop was a beautiful place called Muncho Lake.
Over the next two days driving in Canada, we saw LOTS of wildlife! It was very exciting!
The morning of our second day in Canada, we headed towards Prince George.
The next segment of our trip, we headed into Canada for the first time. That was quite interesting.
After stopping near Coulee City, Washington…we headed south back to the interstate. This was the view along the way.
After visiting the Badlands and Mount Rushmore, we headed into Wyoming. I told everyone that Wyoming should be called “The Antelope State” because they are EVERYWHERE!
This is the other amazing thing we saw on our trip across South Dakota.
The drive across South Dakota was…um….very boring. I’m sorry to any South Dakotans out there, I really mean no offense. But when the most exciting to see is a cow in a pasture… well….it leaves little to the imagination.
On day 5 of 18 days of driving, our destination was Mitchell, South Dakota.
While visiting in Wisconsin, my aunts & uncles came to visit. I was so happy to see them all.
Now whenever I talk about going “home” I always say “Wisconsin” because that is where I grew up. But a few years after I left home, my parents moved to the other side of town, which happens to be in another state.
On the second day of driving, we got up, packed up, and gave lots of hugs.