Craig and I spent the past four days at his parent’s cabin a couple hours outside of Anchorage. We went snowmobiling, played games, and hung out over the course of the weekend.
Luckily it wasn’t super cold, so I didn’t have to pull out my ninja clothes.
I didn’t take a single picture this weekend, so you’ll just have to use your imagination.
These are the things learned over the course of the weekend:
– Never ride on the back of a snowmobile unless you want to put your back out of place and feel the need to put your life at danger.
– Driving a snowmobile is a lot more enjoyable than riding.
– It is impossible for me to go a day without exercise (specifically running), or I become irritated, crabby, and my appetite and love for food disappears.
– I prefer eating meat no more than once a day.
– Always remember to push your chair in when getting up from the dining room table otherwise a certain pug will claim your food as his.
– With dawn being at 10:00 a.m., it causes you to sleep until 9:00 a.m.
– When 1:00 p.m. rolls around, you start thinking about it getting dark, seeing dusk starts around 3:00 p.m.
– Peeing outside, in an outhouse, in the middle of winter, causes you to rethink your urge to go and hold it longer than you normally would–especially in the middle of the night.
– I can tell the difference between quick-cooking oats and old-fashioned oats. (Old-fashioned oats are way better.)