Alaska's Winter Horizon

Alaska's Winter Horizon

Sunday, December 2, 2012

December 2, 2012

Judging by these pictures, you can tell this entry's theme is COLD! For over three weeks now, it has been sunny, clear, and cold every day. We have not had this many sunny days and clear weather in any month since we've been in Alaska. Snowfall is definitely below average. We barely had any snow the entire month of November but last year we had over 2 feet during that month!
 Just by looking at some of the iced over roads and parking lots you'd think we'd had some type of precipitation. Instead, it's a buildup of the heavy frost we have experienced.

 With the daytime highs hovering around 15 degrees and below, it just doesn't melt.
 I am within a week and half of finishing these 3 Master's courses for this semester. It has been overwhelming but I think I see a light at the end of the tunnel.

 Greg is loving his job detail at Campbell Creek Science Center. He really believes in what they do there and is amazed at the dedication of the staff.

He snapped these artsy pictures when we got out and about Saturday.

 These are a little different from our usual photos, we welcome your comments and critiques.

1 comment:

  1. I think Gerg did a great job on those pictures!
    - Olivia