Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving. With Christmas fast approaching, I'm sure everyone is busy and hopefully in the holiday spirit.
In Alaska Thanksgiving brought snow, 4 to 5 feet in Homer but fortunately we only got 8 inches. However we now have a foot of flaky snow. Our temperatures have been cold but for the last couple of days we've reached 20 degrees. On these cold nights the sky is lit up with bright twinkling stars, but unfortunately we are not able to see the Northern lights.
Chuck has been making a lot of peanut brittle and I have been reading a lot of books and working puzzles. Neither one of us has written much, but since my main characters are raising wild coho salmon, we have been learning a lot about the subject. We no longer have salmon hatcheries near us on the Kenai Peninsula, so we are doing the next best thing, talking to the person in charge of the hatcheries. He has been a great help in explaining how hatcheries work.
If anyone has any feedback on any of our books, we would very much like to hear what you have to say.
Have a fantastic Christmas. Stay safe and warm.m