August 5 2012

Three Years on the Road

The Great Alaskan Red Squirrel Cam Blog

To Those who view my blog.

Three years have come and gone.  Three years since we left the old Permafrost Ranch.  Three years on the road looking for squirrels and nuts.

It’s almost hard for me to believe it’s been three years.  Time has a way of slipping by before one even knows it.   The years flow by like water flowing down the river.

I was sitting here this morning listening to the the dawning of a new day.  As I sit, I’m thinking about all that has passed and the experiences of the last three years.

Not only has the passing of time had its impact on my life.  Within this passing of time is the passing of family, old friends and old dogs.  It’s been three years of bittersweet memories.

Trying to describe the flow of emotions and memories of the last three years isn’t easy if one looks back through all the photographs I’ve taken.

I hope the journey through my life in this blog has made an impact on the memory and journey you have taken with me.  Thanks for following along.

6 Responses to “Three Years on the Road”

  1. ZChicago says:

    It doesn’t seem like three years! It’s been great to travel along with you and Debbie through your pictures and postings. Thank you for sharing your adventures with us.

  2. Butch says:

    …and thank you too.

  3. Ed of So Cal says:

    3 years. I remember the pain of loss and the expectation of new vistas when you were leaving the Old Permafrost Ranch. Most recently the loss of a long cherished companion. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Tom from FL. says:

    Time flies fast, I still see the birds feeding in the mddle of winter at the ranch
    It is good taking this trip with you, Thanks

  5. Jojo says:

    I still miss the squirrels, and the sound of the red polls in my livingroom through your webcam. But I know you had to leave and i love to see pictures of you both in the sun!

  6. Databrokers says:

    Jojo, and Tom. I still wonder why someone else in the area hasn’t set up a feeder and mic to record and share with the world the sounds of Red Poles. I’m really surprised that no one has that I’m aware of.

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