Its been ages since I’ve gotten the chance to free write. Expect a lot more blog posts coming in the future because I plan to try to write at least a little every day. I’ll also be including more photos in my posts. I hope you enjoy!
What you can’t see in this photo is that Sir Pounce a Lot (previous story) has been stalking the birds since they arrived this spring. My dad has been making bird feeders similar to this, and we hing this particular one near our cat’s normal perch. Yes, the white stuff in the background is snow….
“April showers being May flowers” Not in Alaska this year. This past well it had snowed multiple times here in Fairbanks. There was even a point where it seemed like everything was melted on the roads then looking out a window “Is that snow? Is out snow, again!?” It snowed yesterday. Don’t expect me to…
The ice is acting crazy here in Alaska right now. Since it’s still, let me repeat, still hanging around not melting, it’s been making funky shapes all over the place. This is a picture my Dad took of the ice on his workshop.
I know it’s April ninth, but the weather in Fairbanks, Alaska doesn’t know that.
Here in Alaska, “Spring” is a welcome season. That means the snow will finally go away, after arriving as early as September and as late as November. Living here we are guaranteed to have a white Christmas. On the flip side, we are not guaranteed that the snow will melt by the end of April,…
COLD IS A RELATIVE THING. At 65 degrees above zero: People in Florida turn on the heat. People in Alaska plant gardens. At 60 degrees above zero: People in California shiver uncontrollably. People in Alaska sunbathe. At 50 degrees above zero: Italian and English cars won’t start. People in Alaska drive with the windows down….
Have you ever wanted to visit a place that has extreme temperatures? Have you ever wanted to visit a city that hides in the middle of nowhere? Have you always wanted to leave the continental United States, without leaving America? Don’t go to Hawaii! Come to Fairbanks Alaska, the Golden Heart City. We have an…
* Driving a stick shift is annoying at -30 in ice fog in traffic is extremely annoying. * Cars without running lights are dangerous in ice fog. * Negative 30 is really cold. * My car is an optimist. (Being that the thermometer thought it was -13 and not the actual temperature of ~-30.)
Everyone is getting ready for Halloween. And Alaska says “Haha, no no. You aren’t going to enjoy Halloween like everyone else in America. You get 6 inches of snow.” I’ll let you see what I see.
Facepainting in Alaska has its privileges. I think this looks so cool. 🙂 the little things make me smile.