Friday, April 04, 2008

Third Trip in Three Weeks

Rager made a comment about all of my posts ending with talk about sleeping in my own bed. It's true. I've been traveling a little too much and when I'm away, I dream about my own bed.

Now I'm in Anchorage. The good news is that this is, again, personal travel. The DH's oldest son turned 29 yesterday and we flew to Anchorage with his younger son to take part in the big surprise. We just showed up at the restaurant he and his wife and daughters were going to for his birthday dinner. It was a wonderful surprise and we had a really good dinner at Benihana in downtown Anchorage.

This morning, I ate reindeer sausage for breakfast. Seriously. it was pretty good, too. Now we're hanging out for the rest of the weekend in Alaska. It's my first visit to the state and I think it may not be the most beautiful time of year, but I'm still in awe of the mountains here. BEAUTIFUL! I thought Provo had the best mountain view, but I think Anchorage wins--especially since it has water on the other side, which is a special bonus.

6 comments:

My Ice Cream Diary said...

You are such an Idaho girl, putting ketchup on your eggs! My kids thought I was joking when I told them how yummy it is. =)

Reindeer sausage, huh? I wonder what Santa will be putting in your stocking this year.

My Ice Cream Diary said...

P.S. Enjoy your trip! =)

Mr. Koshchei said...

Even Captain Police Baby Slimey likes to put ketchup on the eggs, but he didn't learn it from me. Must get it from his mother...

PJMcD said...

Antone who would put ketchup on their eggs, would sleep in their underwear!!!The best thing to do with ketchup is putting in Navy Bean soup.

Liz said...

Ooooh, I'm hungry now. I should not read blogs while I'm waiting for dinnertime. I've got the eggs and ketchup, but where am I going to get those sausages?

Glad you're in Anchorage for pleasure!!

Bop said...

Sounds like a great time to hang out with family and enjoy the B-Day celebration. You didn't miss anything in Seattle...just crappy weather.