THE WORLD OF SAMUEL MEEKER, MERCHANT OF PHILADELPHIA, AND GILBERT STUART, AMERICAN PORTRAIT ARTIST

Tuesday, February 9, 2010

ALASKA

Kasilof, on the Kenai Peninsula. Becky's house. Me, doggie Aleutia.
Becky is a childhood friend, her parents and my parents were friends in Ukiah, Ca. in the late 1950s. Her father was in the lumber business in northern California.

Noah (Becky's youngest son) and my daughter Lily

A view from the guest house where we stayed the first night, had Reindeer sausage for breakfast.
A happy moose.


"Veronica's" in Ninilchik. We planned a big party there, it was closed.

Alaskan toys.

happy kids

Aleutia

doggie to my rescue

Homer, at Dean's house (winner of Iditarod 1984)

Ninilchik

Ninilchik

approaching Homer





3 comments:

Maureen said...

Beautiful but too cold!

Kathy said...

Love the pics! You look great and Lily is absolutely gorgeous and so grown-up!!! Where has the time gone???

The Clever Pup said...

wow - It looks like a great place to have Christmas. My home town is pretty snowy too. I was there recently and went out to a place for dinner where most of the customers come on snowmobiles.

Your friend's home looks like a blast.

 
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