Yep, I'm back at the cabin and have been here since Monday 6/5. When I arrived, it was raining but not to bad. When we landed at the beach, to our surprise it very wet from the snow and the rains. It turned into Muskeg which is like walking on sponges submerged in water. I had to walk about 100 feet to get to dry land. As I was hauling stuff in the sled, I fell a few times and got soaking wet. Randy unloaded and took off, he didn't want any part of it, LOL. When I got everything to the cabin, I started a small fire to dry everything. I pretty much sat inside and drank coffee. Despite all that, I didn't let it bother me.
Woke up about 3:40 am and this is what I saw.
Waking up to such beauty, you don't want to go back to sleep, I was so tired, I did. Tuesday morning, I woke up about 8 am (yes, I did sleep in). I made coffee and breakfast.
Powdered Scrambled eggs
Eggs and sausage, a good hearty breakfast
I spent Tuesday and Wednesday cutting small trees that blocked the view some.
It was a job cutting them all by hand but, rewarding.
After the tree cutting on Tuesday, I was sitting in the cabin having coffee and I noticed a brown spot across the lake.
That was a very nice surprise. Wednesday as I was having coffee, surprise again, not sure if it was the same moose or a different one but, I'm thinking the same going back.
Here it's looking up as a plane was flying overhead.
Tuesday and Wednesday, Mount Denali was out in all her glory and I feel so honored to have my cabin here to view it.
Here is a tree that will have to be cut down soon. I will do it late Fall or this a Winter.
I brought my generator from my town cabin and when I get back, I will buy a new one.
I was pleased to see Starlings, it is fun to watch them flying and dive bombing after mosquitoes. They are hard to film. One did land on a dead tree.
Resting with a cup of coffee
Well my friends, I hope you enjoy this post, I will go to town tomorrow to take care of some things. There will be more times like this one soon. Stay tuned. Thanks.