It is here! Let there be much rejoicing and merriment! The shortest day of the year has arrived, the sun will now return from her long trip south. With each passing day, just a bit more light, a little less dark.
After a brief stop in Seward, having filled up on bananas, Cheetos and ice cream we are headed west into Kenai Fjords National Park and beyond. We will be traveling through places with names like Aialik Bay, Taz Basin, Northwestern Fjord, Thunder Bay, on to Gore Point and in to Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay […]
Nisa – Photo by Michael Sharp My Dearest Fuzzbutt, Seven years ago you leaped into my lap and licked my ear. It was love at first kiss. To this day I am amazed at how your body wiggles with such vigor as you wag your tail upon my return. No matter how long I have […]
Then, there it was, the ocean, the end of the snow. A clear line, the beginning of one, the end of another.
We are hunkering down for a big blast from the Freezer…
The sun came out this morning, painting everything in an amazing orange and red light. Thanks for taking a gander. If you find something that’s broken or missing, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.
Here is a different look at the toe of the Tiger Glacier from last month. Lots of thanks to the panorama master Al Sharp for stitching this together and making it work. GO PAPA GO! To appreciate the scale, look for Susanna standing on a boulder along the shore. Click and drag to pan | […]
The skiing exceeds all my expectations. Knee deep every day, hip deep every other day, each day filled with endless untracked powder.
I just glanced out the window and the wind has changed direction, the sky is clouding up and the crescent moon is rising in the southeast over the mountains. What an amazing place we have come to.
Thanks for taking a gander. If you find something that’s broken or missing, please let us know via our contact page. Thanks.