Thursday, April 22, 2010

Springtime in Alaska and it's forty below!

Johnny Horton said it best I guess, or at least that's how it's felt here lately. Like winter will never loosen her icy grip. It's one of the things that make working in a nice warm congenial place like the bakery so appealing. The sun streams in, we don't know how cold it is outside (until we have to go get wood for the fire, right Mel? Ryan, your tough, you can handle it!) The Bakes has been bustling away with visitors old and new (so great to see YOU, Caitlin!) and it's all we can do to keep up most days. We are ready to bring on more staff and with the Kachemak Bay Shorebird Festival coming up, it means summer is just around the corner. So. Not. Ready!

A quick update on Meatless Mondays...they are a huge success, each busier than the last. I recieved a nice comment from the folks over there and they are glad to have us on board...We will continue to inspire throughout the summer, I'm looking forward to much feedback, so far it's been all good!

1 comment:

anne said...

Hi Carrie, My name is Anne and I am Jill's Mom. I cannot tell you how excited I am to come to Homer and the Two Sister's Bakery next month. Jill's sister, Julia and I, will be there 5/27 to help Jill celebrate her big 25 on the 28th. I am ridiculously afraid of bears, so do what you can to keep them out of Homer. Can't wait to taste your wares (sp?) and live a day in Jill's life. See you soon, Anne