Flying Fish

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

Lucky Me

There’s a cabin south of Juneau on the Gastineau channel with a plywood sign that says “Lucky Me”.  The cabin must be tiny because I’ve only ever seen the sign, and it makes me happy to know someone with a modest cabin is so happy.

I am feeling very “lucky me” right now because my guy is using his air miles to buy me a ticket to Maui! Holy crapoly!  Image

Repeat performance, swimming ovation, an Alaskan body bathed in daylight…2 weeks starting Feb. 26! Lucky me indeed.

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  1. That is great! Both the sign and your trip! I’m going to have a make a sign like that

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