There are things that you learn about when you live in a climate with REAL cold weather.
Today we had a fantastic day.
Last night, of course, was New Year’s Eve. And how do people in Alaska celebrate the holiday in the sub-arctic? With a bonfire. And not just any bonfire…a massive 20 foot mountain topped with a Christmas tree!
Simple broiled halibut with a creamy topping.
Since we moved to Alaska, I seriously have given up the idea of EVER getting a good night’s sleep on a regular basis.
Just a gentle reminder…harvesting an animal is not pretty business. If you are weak-stomached, or don’t know where meat comes from, this is your final warning to skip this post.
~ end public service announcement ~
Over the weekend, my husband and sons and I, headed out to Fort Greely…around a hundred miles south of where we live, to go on a hunting trip.