Archive for October, 2009
Country Cutts! October 24th, 2009
Interested in trying something new with your hair? Wishing for the perfect manicure? Need to relax? Come to Country Cutts, where it’s always a beautiful day! Country Cutts is located on the corner of S Alaska Street and W Cedar, in the two story gray building.
Country Cutts has a staff of highly trained professionals and has been in business in the Valley for 25 years. They are the number one Paul Mitchell-focused salon in the Pacific North West. All ages are welcome here!
What services does Country Cutts offer? Practically anything you can imagine! With nine hair stylists, two nail technicians, three estheticians, two manicurists, and a fantastic massage therapist, Country Cutts is prepared to serve you, whatever your needs. They offer anything from beautiful manicures to pore cleansing facials and eyelash extensions to spiral permanents. For a full list of services and prices, go to their website at CountryCutts.com.
The atmosphere at Country Cutts is very relaxing; people often come early for their appointments just to chat with the staff. One of the stylists quipped “We’re actually counselors and hair stylists, but we only get paid for the styling part.” Stan Guthrie, the owner and one of many excellent stylists, is well-known for his community involvement. He puts on a beautiful Thanksgiving fireworks show in downtown Palmer every year in order to give back to the community. This year it’s slated for November 28, at 7:18 PM.
Country cuts is open 9-6 every day of the year except for Christmas, Thanksgiving, New Years and 4th of July!
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October! October 16th, 2009
Heavy Frost this morning. Field off of Clark-Wolverine Rd.
Immature Eagle gobbling up moose guts on the Matanuska River bank.
View of Pioneer Peak from Matanuska River bank.
Apparently these clover didn’t get the memo that it’s October…
This is a shot somewhere off of Springer Loop
Frost in the fields off Springer.
Old barn on Springer
Ol’ Lazy Mountain
Byer’s Peak in the wanning sunlight.
Instead of snow, this is what we get!
One of the few trees left with color, it lends stark contrast to the beauty of the sky.
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