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A month of weird weather has created a uniquely loaded set of dice.
It’s pancake-shaped and the size of Rhode Island.
My willingness to suffer and willingness to save are the key ingredients, not my luck in a draw.
No phyte-ing progress.
By Ned Rozell As a few scientists hiked a path between the ice towers of a Southeast Alaska glacier and crashing ocean waves in 2016,… Continue reading
Nutty weather and red-breasted nuthatches.
Until this week, I probably would have ranked February was one of my most optimistic months.
Looking for two types of seldom-seen birds.
Reader-submitted photos of Southeast Alaska.
They predate the arrival of Columbus by a few decades
We need to hold out just a little while longer.
We in Juneau might wonder if every day is wetlands day.
Odds and ends from under clear skies.
Cold doesn’t stop paragliding.
A week really is nothing. It’s the preamble to a habit.
By Mary F. Willson For the Juneau Empire As I sat here on yet another gray and drippy day in mid-January, grousing futilely and needing… Continue reading
The camp was there to house workers building the trans-Alaska pipeline
A Conversation with Bjørn Olson.
I assume it’s an otter because of shell fragments in the runny excretions left in the forward stowage
All of it has to be there.