Sunday, October 18, 2009

The Sipner Adventure Continues

Our new life in Colorado has come with a new blog. It is a non-daily peek into what Ron and Jessie are currently up to.

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Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Fall has Fallen

It's been quite some time since we last wrote. It's been a busy and interesting summer season here in Colorado. We ventured out a few times, saw new things and met new people. It's been great to be able to go out to eat, head to the grocery store or go to the Post Office and not have it take ALLLLL day.

I decided to put up a quick post because Glacier has really been on my mind these days. Fall was always my favorite season and the leaves are turning in our neighborhood. It's weird to think that at this time last year, we were working on (approximately) trip three to Costco for our winter provisions. We're not shopping on that scale these days...we just don't have the freezer space.

The blog is always on our minds. We still have every intention of turning it into a book for the Centennial celebration next summer. We've also got a couple of fun ideas for that I'll be implementing over the next few months. I've said it before, but keep your eyes peeled!

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Day Unknown, Our 1st Post-Winter Update

Well, Jessie and I have been free for just over five days now and we thought we'd take a minute to explain a big decision that we have made. You may notice that the winter's worth of blog posts isn't up anymore. There is no error, it was a calculated decision. Jessie and I are in the midst of putting the blog into book form. It is a process we're just starting to learn about and I have to say, being snowed in at Many Glacier for six months was much less daunting. We're going to keep the blog address alive and post progress reports so keep your eyes peeled. The posts won't be daily but rest assured, the blog is always on our minds.

It has been a weird week. Not being at Many, not taking a webcam picture and not composing a post has been a real adjustment for both of us. We miss it. A lot. The notion of a book has served to chase away the blues though. We've set ourselves a tentative deadline of spring 2010 for the release. We're hoping to have it ready to go for Glacier's Centennial celebration next summer.

In the meantime, don't forget to check out the new website:

You can also email me at Look for upgrades to the site, which will include online print orders, in early June. I'm not sure when it happened, but Internet access has become a utility just like electricity and the phone. Gotta have it.