Wednesday, March 25, 2009

pompeii

Okay. So we're going to Alaska instead of Maine. It is, first and foremost, remarkable to me that I have this dilemma. Maine? Alaska? Alaska? Maine? Oh the luxury problems of my perfect life.

At any rate, we've settled on Alaska because I love Alaska and have never seen the southern part and my husband can kill something there. We could probably get a lobster in Maine, but in Alaska, ther are fish. Big Alaskan king salmon and halibut. I will also fish and send them home in great frozen crates to a freezer that I am emptying out as fast as I can.

So he books us for this cabin slash charter boat thing, four nights, three days of fishing and there it is. Done deal. Then... drumroll....

Our sweet little cabin is across Cook Inlet from Mt. Redoubt. We can sit on our porch and watch

A FUCKING VOLCANO ERUPT???
I DON'T THINK SO.

Now I'm as open minded as any neurotic, but don't you think its ever so slightly, just maybe a tiny bit, ABSURD to think: Oh, it probably won't blow while we're sitting in the boat in the shadow of the mountain. Chances are we'll get out alive. Here's the view from the porch>

I've voiced my concerns, and truth be told, the volcano is just kind of puffing away today. But I'm not as brave as I used to be.

Am I?

6 comments:

L. said...

wow. that'd be a hard call. but I plan to move to Hilo eventually, and the sight of a volcano could be phenomenal. scary phenom. can't wait to hear the final decision.

someone said...

I can see you in Hilo. Most definintely. Build a guest house for us.

msb said...

closer than St. Helens was back in the day.

L. said...

yes. a guest house for sure. we will once again BBQ fish by the big water, under big sky. I picture it daily, am sure this is to come. it's funny because everyone I have mentioned, even if they barely know me, says yes, you and Hilo! Good omens abound. Signs everywhere.

asha said...

It probably won't erupt when you're there. Probably not. And, as Mr. Lee always says when he's dragging me into something I'm having my 200th thought about, the most dangerous thing you'll ever do is ride in a car.

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