11 comments on “Shades of Blue

  1. Barb,
    “Shades of Blue” is captivating. May I suggest that you consider publishing a book? Really, you could begin writing it immediately (during the extended Alaskan nights) with all this material on your blog. Of course, it should have lots of the pictures you have been and will be taking but I so enjoy reading your entries. I eagerly await your next blog! Miss you but believe you and Jack did the best thing…follow your dreams.
    Michael in Sacramento

    • Thanks Madison! I’m trying to figure out how to put a weather link on this blog. You can always check zip code 99772. It’s been in the 20s. I know that sounds cold, but it’s actually not bad. We have great parkas. I still haven’t put on the ski pants yet. We walk on the beach all the time…even as it starts to get icy. I don’t miss the hot in Sac!

  2. Wow! I love all the pictures you took, Mrs. Donachy. It makes me kinda sad that we don’t see that kind of beauty everyday in Sacramento. It’s great viewing your adventures in Alaska. And, I just wanted to say that we will be writing a novel at school as part of National Novel Writing Month!

  3. How do you get such great pics?? I wish you could still teach at Sutterville. I visit there a lot! How is it in Alaska??

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