Tag Archives: winter

Here We Go, Anchorage

As Hallowe’en flew past, and Thanksgiving flying in, and out, get ready for the Christmas holidays. Well, I’m ready. Snow is coming late to the city, but I guess that Alyeska Ski Resort has several feet of snow, and I … Continue reading

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All of a Sudden – Winter strikes Anchorage

It’s so beautiful this time of year, especially if you’re inside looking out at the snow, but there are horrendous storms on the Western Coast of Alaska. This doesn’t seem to have slowed down the social life of Anchorage. The … Continue reading

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Anchorage is home, but . . .

how many more long winters can I take? Beautiful sunsets like this painting keep me here, but I am only here if I can take a few trips outside in winter, and concluded that the thing I enjoy most is … Continue reading

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January Blues

It’s unbelievable, sunshine and warm weather in Anchorage, while most of the lower states are having the most severe weather in years, with snow piling up. I usually have my kitchen window blocked out by snow, but not this year, … Continue reading

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Oh, the Long Days of Winter

This neat painting caught my eye, and it’s one of the recent acquisitions of the Alaska State Council on the Arts. Life is not easy for so many professions here, and as one gets older (don’t we all?), it seems … Continue reading

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Wild Living – Anchorage!

We’re having lots better weather here than the lower states. Watching the pictures of New York City, Minnesota, and even Los Angeles, makes me happy to stay in Anchorage over the winter, and not retreat like so many snowbirds. Here’s … Continue reading

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Winter Winds into Anchorage

Our English language precludes pronouncing ‘winds’ with a long “i” or a short “i” but either way is appropriate for what we’ve had in Anchorage recently. Just because the temperature hits zero, or below zero, is no reason to stay … Continue reading

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