"Good Morning Quinhagak!" He begins the morning salutations over the VHF. He was answered by 2 or 3 greetings. Yep I was up early today for the Easter Sunrise Service, pulled on the Xtra Tuffs (snow's been steadily melting these last few days with the rain and everything is soaked) slipped into the army issued parka (my favorite piece of all weather attire;) I plodded out the door.
|Spring Thaw 2011 The Flooding Begins|
|A New Lake by the Old Store|
|Snow Pile Islands|
|Walking the "Puppy!"|
|Principal Eric in the Alaskan Tuxedo and Addy|
|Dennis and Les|
|Me and Alicia|
|Allison, Steph, Big Jon & Ali|
Shout Out To: Meg and Cheri! Thank you for generous donation of beautiful dresses sent up to add to our collection for this year's Prom 2011! The girls will love them Quyana:)
|Sunset on the the Bering Sea|
At noon the sky turned dark and stayed that way until three o'clock. Then about that time Jesus shouted, "Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?" which means, "My God, my God, why have you deserted me?" Some of the people standing there heard Jesus and said, "He's calling for Elijah." One of them at once ran and grabbed a sponge. He soaked it in wine, then put it on a stick and held it up to Jesus. Others said, "Wait! Let's see if Elijah will come and save him." Once again Jesus shouted, and then he died. At once the curtain in the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook, and rocks split apart. Graves opened, and many of God's people were raised to life. Then after Jesus had risen to life, they came out of their graves and went into the holy city, where they were seen by many people. The officer and the soldiers guarding Jesus felt the earthquake and saw everything else that happened. They were frightened and said, "This man really was God's Son!"