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15 July 2016

Weekend reading

We've been luxuriating in the new bathroom all week and watching bears (again ... and again). I feel grateful that the technology we have today allows me to sit in my work room and watch life unfold in the Alaskan wilderness. I doubt a day goes by when I don't go there to watch and I'm amazed every time that such a thing is possible.  Here are some photos I took during the week.





I hope you have a great weekend. I'll see you again on Monday. :- )

From field to fork: the six stages of wasting food

15 comments:

  1. Thanks to you Rhonda, I've been on daily bear watch since you originally posted this link. The photo with 7 bears is amazing as the most I've seen is four. Thanks for searching the net for these goodies.

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  2. We love the bear watching, too - so amazing! Happy to hear it seems the bathroom renovations are complete, and hoping you share some photos next week. You prompted me to write an overdue blog update, thanks for that! ;)
    -Jaime

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  3. Thanks Rhonda for the great weekend reading list. So delighted to hear that your bathroom is complete now too! Love, Morag

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  4. Glad to hear that the bathroom is finished and everything is back to normal. Have a great weekend from a very cold and snowy (in parts) Tasmania.

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  5. Rhonda, a big thank you for giving us all the info about the bears on explore.org. Since then I have been watching amazing stuff...not just bears (Otis the eating machine in particular) but puffins, osprey and whales...not to mention the walrus.
    I don't know how many hours I've spent trying to ID these critters...thanks again

    Oh, and glad the bathroom's finished and the dust has cleared.

    Lesley

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  6. Yippee for the new bathroom - not a moment too soon.

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  7. Some great reads as always thank you Rhonda, today I get to read them on Friday!

    I have a link for you, have you heard of Humans of New York? This is today's story. http://www.humansofnewyork.com/post/147416677511/i-come-from-the-small-country-of-gabon-it-used

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  8. Bear watching is addictive, Rhonda! How lovely to see them wild and free and doing what bears obviously do. Thanks for links, I'm sitting here reading with a cup of warm chocolate. Enjoy your new bathroom! Meg:)

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  9. Congratulations on your new bathroom. Wonderful to have it all done. Thanks for the links and wish you both a lovely weekend. My internet connection was too unstable to see much of the bears, but I will enjoy your pictures. Pam in Norway

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  10. Love watching those bears and looking forward to seeing photos of the new bathroom.

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  11. Thanks Rhonda for another good weekend reading list. I especially enjoyed the Organising the garage link.

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  12. Oh my goodness, Rhonda! I just spent a few minutes watching a bear and I'm sure my blood pressure dropped 20 points. No wonder you enjoy watching them so much.

    Happy to hear that your new bathroom is finished. Have a great weekend.

    Diane in North Carolina

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  13. Hello Rhonda! This post hit close to home😊 We are in Chignik Lagoon, Alaska! In bear country. They are amazing to watch, especially the little Cubs! They are quite adorable! Not so much when they decide to have a midnight snack in the smokehouse where all of the smoked salmon is 😉 Those little stinkers...

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  14. Thanks for the link to the bears. The kids & I have enjoyed watching them & talking about where they live & what they eat etc. They have been excited to know its happening in real time!
    Amie F, NSW

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  15. Wow, I saw this and like : "is this really bear?"
    Thank you for the link.
    I am Rosa, btw, new reader here :D

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