Well after 13 days of working some long hours I finally had a day off today. Peter is the manager at the abattoir and he decided to take the day off from the harvest and I wasn't going to complain. The harvest could be better but the muskox are far from town, we are up to 100 animals so far. It would be nice to get to 200 even though our quota is 400 we would be happy with half that. Tomorrow is again an early start for me at 7:30am where I meet the boys at the abattoir and then fill them up with gasoline.
For those of you who know me I really don't sleep in and I was up by 8:00 this morning doing stuff around the house as Craig slept. We headed out onto the ice road which opened up about a week ago. I wanted to take some pictures of the igloos that where made at the end of the road. It was a beautiful sunny day here in the Bay but the temperature was cold and I see that this week will be the same. We did bring the dogs with us and before we went on the ice road we took them for a bit of a run. Needless to say all three of them have been fast asleep since we got home, just got up to eat and back down again.
Not much to tell you this evening, just wanted to post some pictures of the boys and our day on the ice road.
A couple of trucks snowbound