Sunday, October 16, 2011

A Quick Post

I'm currently at work, and don't have much time for blogging, or anything else that constitutes a personal interest.  I have just a few minutes of down time this morning and saw an article in the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner I felt worthy of sharing with you. 

Two soldiers from Fort Wainwright who are currently deployed overseas have adopted a pair of puppies, and went to some extremes to ensure their safety by shipping them home to Alaska.  The story made my whole week, and I hope it brings a smile to you as well.

Kudos to Sergeant Conan Doyle and his wife Brittney, and to Sergeant Sergeant Jerry Francis for going well beyond the call of duty to serve not only our country, but their canine friends as well.

We are FINALLY starting to get a wee bit of snow, at least up here next to the White Mountains.  So far it's just been a light skiff of the white stuff, more along the lines of termination dust than serious snow, but at least it's a start.  Winter has been considerably delayed this year, and it's well beyond time for it to start.

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