Thanks for all the nice comments. When taking pictures of glaciers and mountains close up from an airplane, you can't go wrong. If it were in my power, I would do it all day and the more I think about it when I get enough funds together to pay for gas, I will get my friend to do an all day trip photographing glaciers, mountains and anything else from the plane.
Despite the weather, I did have a good time, we sat in my friends lounge with a fire going and talked about the good old days. As we talked, my mind started wondering back to my days on the Alaska Peninsula living up in the mountains and had every animal you can think of as my neighbors. That was pre digital camera days. I have a ton of photos which some day, I will have them put on a disk and share with everyone.
I have a lot of work to be done on the town property and will soon be getting into it. I am going to be clearing a lot of trees, build a woodshed and a storage shed. Right now, I have a ton of firewood in rounds taking up half of my driveway. Yesterday, it rained hard all day long so, I got to sit inside and watch practically all the movies I had. Watch movies, eat and doze off once in awhile. This past weekend my cabin filled up with mosquitoes and drove me nuts. I had a friend visiting and we ended up sleeping in my friends van. Come Sunday, I figured out where they were coming in and took care of that problem, I hope. A neighbor came by with some powder called "BUHACH" which you put a little in a metal container and light it. It burns like incense and killed all the bugs in the cabin.
This morning when I woke up it was 44 degrees and sprinkling. Had to start a fire to take the dampness out of the air. By next monday, I should have some pictures of the work on the town cabin. Adios.