Tag: Alaska

Angels Among Us

Yesterday we encountered several angels on our trip south from Tok towards Valdez.

The rest of our group left on Friday, but I had been extremely sick with a stomach bug Thursday.  Apparently, I gave whatever I had to Sandy, because she was even more sick late Thursday night and all-day Friday then I ever was. So, we stayed back an extra day to recover. 

Alex was scheduled to do a glacier hike and a copper mine tour with the group on Saturday, so Cooper also stayed back with us so we could watch him while Alex did his adventures. 

We stopped at a rest area about two hours into our drive.

I got out to let Cooper go potty, I noticed that our outside passenger side tire was extremely low on air. We were at least 30 miles from the next services and there was no way that we should drive any further with the tire being as low as it was.

There were several other vehicles in the rest area, a few RV’s and some camper vans. Sandy walked over and asked a couple of people if anyone happened to have an air compressor.

Luckily, an older gentleman and a younger gentleman in a van did, but they didn’t have a source for electricity. I told them that wouldn’t be an issue, we’d just fire up the generator on the rig.

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Happy Birthday to Me!

Always try to make people smile and feel happy. You never know what they may be going through.
Don’t bite when a bark will do.
Always make time to take a walk, and get into nature.
Anytime is a good time for a nap.
You’ll get more treats when you’re nice.
Take time to smell the roses, as well as anything else that you can smell.
Always make time to play.
Be grateful.
Live in the moment.
Enjoy the journey.

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I’m a Salty Dog!

I’ve been in the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and the Great Salt Lake.  This summer, when we go through Canada and Alaska, I’m even going to get to see the Artic Ocean.  Daddy says that the water will be too cold for me to dip my paws into it, but I sure hope that daddy is wrong about that.  It’s going to be in June, so I hope that it isn’t too cold.  I hope that mommy and daddy let me get my paws wet.  Even if is too cold for me to dip my toes in it, I’ll still be happy just to be able to see it.

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These Paws

I put this in my book, but I don’t think that I can ever stress it enough, so I am going to put here again, and hope that more people take heed to my rules to live by.

Always try to make people smile and feel happy. You never know what they may be going through.
Don’t bite when a bark will do.
Always make time to take a walk, and get into nature.
Anytime is a good time for a nap.
You’ll get more treats when you’re nice.
Take time to smell the roses, as well as anything else that you can smell.
Always make time to play.
Be grateful.
Live in the moment.
Enjoy the journey.

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Dan Clouser – A Monologue – A 2024 Travel Preview

For the first time since we’ve been traveling full-time, we actually know where we’ll be for the entire year.

We departed Melbourne, Florida on January 2nd to embark on a book tour for the first quarter of the year.  In January, we’ll be signing throughout Louisiana.  February, I have several signings in the Galveston, Texas area.  After we leave Galveston, we’ll head north and do book signings in Katy, Midlothian, and Grapevine, Texas during the month of March.

After Texas, we’ll head west to Arizona for the final leg of the book tour with stops in Scottsdale, Tempe, and Buckeye.

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