Mt. Reboubt Construction
August 24, 1992
The appearance of sunshine brings us over to the bluff bank overlooking Cook Inlet to look for the mountains. Brenda with Sue and Warren Woolf above. Mt. Redoubt is gleaming with snow on the far side of the Inlet. Jo Allison and Harry Espy join us for the view below.
Tuesday, August 25, 1992
Sunlight on Mt. Redoubt and a relatively clear afternoon is again irresistable to a photo nut like Rod, so it's back across the roadway for another snapshot.
Mt. Redoubts shows sunset hues at about 9PM. Losing 6 minutes a day of daylight since we have been here has made a noticeable difference in the time of sunset.
Looking toward the north-northwest from the bluff bank across from the church, you can see several of the offshore oil platforms out in the Cook Inlet.
The fellowship in the evening has been a great part of the experience here. Pastor Roy Moore has been working 12 hours a day in the "turnaround" at the Unocal facility, but he usually drops by to see us in the evening. He and Warren Woolf have a conversation at our long dining table. Roy operates a tool room for the turnaround operation, the company having great confidence that with his overseeing the toolroom there will be no theft or other dishonesty. The location of the oil facility is onshore roughly in the direction of the oil platforms shown above.
Sue Woolf and Jo Allison have taken on the main burden of food organization and preparation, and are shown here in the church's kitchen.