Here I was thinking all those Class A’s were blocking my wi-fi and could not download the photos for the last blog post. Most likely mis-directed. Follow along here… a little 5.9 earthquake – the whole area loses wifi-internet, what-have-you when the earthquake snapped the fiber optic cable at the bottom of the ocean. This is not a big earthquake by any stretch of one’s imagination. It was a rock and rolling time, that’s for sure… but no damage except to the cable. Perhaps an excuse by the communication people!?! Why do I think that? None of the Class A’s have moved and I have great wi-fi and fast internet this morning.
|Near Chilkoot River|
Along side the road, to and from the Chilkoot River, a guy named Axel has maintained these odd rock art, for lack of a better name, outside of his home. They topple each winter (snow plows take them out), come Spring, he puts them back together. Do they signify any particular thing or purpose? I don’t know, but he’s been doing it for years. The rocks are balanced on whatever they are on. No props, no supports.
|Rock art and twig person|
|More rock art|
|These were in a different location|
With a little help from my friend Cheri – finished threading my loom. Delighted to have that done with these “friendly” threads. Friendly, as they constantly stuck to each other. She got them apart and in order, I threaded the heddles and the task went smoothly and fast. Thanks Cheri!
Tonight… got one last chance to partake in a crab feast. Bring on the crab… yum!
Ok, folks… will be hitting the road this next week, about 2 weeks ahead of schedule. No blog post until I get to Washington. And no wi-fi or internet. I turn everything off so I’m not charged international rates. It normally takes me 8 days to drive out, but I’m traveling with two other rigs this time. Not yet knowing how they travel, it may be longer or shorter then 8 days. We got time, so plan to enjoy the trip out.