thanksgiving in alaska: the vampire version

Monday, November 28, 2011

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i’d have to say my favorite part of my trip to alaska was all the eating we did.  my sister knew just where to take me, and i loved every place we ate (including breakfast at the mermaid cafe, pictured above). 

during one particular meal at a local cafe, my sister and i noticed 3 guys sitting at table with 3 untouched plates of food before them. as if their undeniable good looks and mysterious allure didn’t make them conspicuous enough, the way they sat in silence – arms crossed, brows furrowed – really caught our attention.  my sister leaned in toward me and whispered, “do you think they’re part of the cullen family?”.  i didn’t even have to take another glance behind me before answering, “i really, really think they are”. 

when we left the cafe an hour later, not only had they still not touched their food, but they hadn’t spoken a word.  you have to admit, it does make a bit of sense…..alaska would be the perfect place for a civilized vampire clan to settle.  no sunlight, lots of wild game….. just sayin’.

and that is what i took away from my time in alaska.

23 comments:

Megan said...

i think the vampires have migrated to norway too because i see the sun once every 50 days i swear. and its not like a sunny day, just a random pop of sunshine.

but anyways, alaska looks really pretty. i cant wait to visit someday.

L!$@ said...

Ha ha ha this is hilarious! :D

Chelsea Coleen said...

AHHHHHH. i hope they were vampires.

i want to be bitten. damnit.

my momma used to live in alaska. i always was surprised that she didnt live in an igloo. :)

K said...

this is awesome. definitely makes me miss my sister - they are perfect for moments like this :)

Mademoiselle Michael said...

Definitely Definitely members of the Cullen clan. Hahaha. I love that your mind went there, bc mine would have too. The pics are beautiful and make me want to visit the Cullens...I mean Alaska. :)

Susanne said...

yay for vampires haha!

i love the snow btw :)

Chelsea Elizabeth. said...

I love that fuzzy coat! It looks spr warm. Haha, that is too weird but funny!

<3Chelsea Elizabeth
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Gentri said...

Wait- you spent your thanksgiving in Alaska?!?! I am so incredibly jealous! I love and miss Alaska so much! Did you see the northern lights?! I never have . :(

Jamie @ charmingly ordinary said...

Sounds perfectly logical to me. Dying to get to Alaska myself...

Alex said...

They were clearly vamps, I agree.

debbiecutieface said...

haha that's so weird and a little creepy...definitely vampires

Celeste said...

hahaha are you forgetting that the Cullens' "cousins" live up in Denali?! So of course they must all be related.

Candice said...

They were obviously vamps..good sighting! :)
(seriously, who doesn't eat their food??)

Lost&Found said...

Bahahaha! Makes total sense to me! I mean, who could sit with food in front of them and NOT eat?

kimberly rae said...

lol, looove!! also, i really want to go to alaska!!

Anait said...

I'm so glad I finally gave in and read the first twilight book (after bashing it for months and month....hypocrite, anyone?)...and even though I KNOW the writing isn't the best...and after seeing the first movie I can only hope the acting will improve (i heard it doesn't)...I'm STILL hooked.

so...the point is...i GET it. finally.

also? mermaid cafe = awesome. take me there, please.

Heba said...

seems like you had fun , btw i love your blog :))

http://girlynote.blogspot.com

Jan said...

Yep, Alaska would be the perfect place for vampires!!! Only not close to Jessica!!

RetreatingAndAdvancing said...

such a cute café (and book shop?)!
have a nice week, jasmine

LL said...

all i want for christmas is jessica's coat... and a vampire sighting. that is all.

mizhenka said...

I'd love to visit Alaska!

Kristina said...

haha :) great observation!! maybe they did really migrate up further north as Fork is becoming the new Disneyland :) Glad to hear you had a great Thanksgiving!

nova said...

There's a stupid/really gory movie called 30 days of night that takes place somewhere really northern that's about vampires. I mean, really, it does make sense that that's where they'd choose to live. I doubt vampires could feel the cold.