Browsing All posts tagged under »champagne«

Year One

November 11, 2012


It’s our first anniversary and a lot has happened in this year, but our lives began intertwining long ago. We have been chasing each other around Alaska, the U.S. and, now, the globe since before the new Millenium and now it’s time to celebrate. I found us a bottle of grower-produced Champagne from a hallowed […]

For All the Moms

May 13, 2012


I opened something from my splurge stash. Enjoy! Mel

Eggs and Bubbles

March 11, 2012


Happy time change everybody. My daughter just did a sleepover with her Girl Scout troop and every other troop in Juneau and she had to be picked up bright and early this morning despite the time change that springs us forward. I’m home, Mari is asleep and my son is awake. All of this early […]

Said Location

February 27, 2012


Juneau has gotten a lot of snow in the past couple of days, even at sea level. Today has been a day of obligations that have kept me from getting out in it. Getting on my skis usually provides a means of clearing my head and making room for thoughts to flow around. Without that […]

Bubbles, They Go With Everything

February 4, 2012


Juneau has had a week of melting combined with rain to wash away the awesome build-up of snow that we were experiencing. Despite the conditions that have conspired to wreck our skiing, there was enough cover to ski today with sunshine to boot. I made it out to the campground trail and hit it right […]

A Day of Fish, Wine and Skiing

January 23, 2012


I made it out on my downhill boards today and the snow was falling hard the whole time I was on the mountain. Each run was a freshy with crud chunks mixed in, and all in all a good day. I rode up with a woman who is preparing to go to Alta for a […]

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manifesto of a Southeast Alaskan village girl

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Negotiating the Epistemologic Implications of Oenophilia


These boots were definitely made for walking!

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Wakawaka, Jr. Road School

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the rainy kitchen

cooking through the rain in southeast alaska

the gypsy fish company

sustainable. wild. alaska.

¡Che! Parrilla

Proper Argentine Street Food

Rantings of an Amateur Chef - What works, and what doesn't!

Hawk Wakawaka Wine Reviews

Described as "A New Standard for Wine Reviews" by @kermitlynchwine

The Bubbly Professor

Excellent Adventures in Wine and Spirits Education

Evil Bottle

The Dark Side of Wine

Seler d'or

Vinous Aesthetics

Pure Alaska Salmon

eat it canned!

the fishing blues

tales of a fishing family

Fisher Poet

Fish is poetry.


News and Views From The Commercial Fishing Industry


the crushed grape, crying out for revenge