Alaska's Winter Horizon

Alaska's Winter Horizon

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Sunday, March 18th

Well, tomorrow I head back to work. Spring break went so quickly! It just barely felt like a long weekend. Alas, only about 2 months til school is out for summer. Maybe I can survive til then. For those of you keeping up with our chance to break the snow record- we are now in 2nd place for snowiest season in Anchorage history. We have gotten 129.4 inches of snow and need 3.3 inches to break the record. Still think we have a pretty good shot at it. I know many of you have had very warm temps, even up into the 80s, while today we were ready to break out the bathing suits as we did get to 29! No real warm up in the forecast for the next ten days. As a matter of fact, over the next few nights the lows are going to get down to 5.
Didn't do a lot this weekend, Greg had to rest because he had some wisdom teeth removed. We did manage to get out this afternoon and take pictures of something other than just snow. We drove down the Seward highway stopping at Beluga Point and a few other places. It was a nice sunny but cold view of the inlet. Surprising, it wasn't that windy there. We just enjoyed the beautiful surroundings. Check out these ice blocks in the water. Some were as big as my car!

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