Flying Fish

inspired by nature, fueled by irony, life and art in Alaska

Solstice Yoga was beautiful

Bwahhaha, that title makes me sound so very… very yogi.  I’m not, but a group of people moving together, breathing together and singing together is a beautiful thing.  In Alaska, winter solstice matters even if we can’t see the days getting longer for a while, we know they’re not getting shorter!  Yoga stretches muscles that get short and tight from trying not to fall on ice, from shoveling snow and from tensing up when a blast of north wind comes whipping down t he river. The combination of solstice and yoga… yeah.

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And here’s the “I’m going to share more of what I’m doing” photo… These are little shale rocks from a beach on the Chilkat River here in Haines.  I’ve been using my wee little diamond drill bit to make holes…tedious but rewarding! 

Next up: Maybe I’ll let Megan take a photo of me wearing my New Years Eve Masquerade ball dress!  Maybe.

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