We’re thankful for good harvests of wild lowbush cranberries (lingonberries) and rosehips from our place and the beauty that fall brings. With the unusual amount of rain, the siding project has not progressed as much as hoped; here’s praying for an Indian summer!
When we started building our house in 2010, one of the envisioned features of the final product was a bay window in the dining area. We began by just framing in the area of the wall where it would go, and, like the rest of the house, it was insulated a covered with vapor barrier. […]
Holikachuk – the original language and name of the village of Grayling – has been lost over the last couple of generations. There is one 81-year old lady in the village who speaks it with a measure of fluency, and it was not her first language. Through the years, there have been several attempts to […]
In July, Dani was able to come home for 8 days, and, as per Miller style, they were full ones! We took a 48-hour road trip to a few new-to-us spots, and then after she headed back to Denver, we took another road trip down to the Glennallen/Copper River area for some fellowship and to […]
Mt. 10:28, “And do not fear those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. But rather fear Him who is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.” I know the context of this is fear of people who will persecute Christians for preaching the gospel, but I cannot help but think […]
Due a trip to the lower 48 and the timing of airplane maintenance that discovered damage that needed to be repaired, we had not visited the Grayling house for 5 months. During that time, the winter had been extremely cold, hanging out around -50* for stretches. As we normally do, we had left the house […]
More of God’s created beauty on our October leg of travels: MT, WY, ID, WA, OR, CA, NV, UT, CO
British Columbia, Yoho National Park, Banff National Park, Alberta