Category Archives: winter

Trump Gives Middle Finger to Climate, Earth, and Earth’s Inhabitants While Profit Junkies Mainline Wall Street.

That’s about all there is to say. Time to do something about this disaster. For your viewing pleasure, the rapidly melting Mendenhall Glacier…  

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Polar Vortex, Warm Fall, Flying Squirrels, Horse Manure

Dear Duluth, Thanks for the polar vortex. First we get a fall so warm it feels like the impending doom it probably is, then we get a nasty cold front with a silly name. Vortex should be the name of … Continue reading

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Shortcuts, Missed Trails, Soft Light, Woody Scenes

Dear Diary, I found a shortcut today, one of those little paths you notice but never take for some reason. We’ve lived here for three years and have, like most people in the neighborhood, taken advantage of easy access to … Continue reading

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Goats on The Rocks

We’ve had some sunny, cold weather lately and the lake below Mendenhall Glacier is frozen enough to walk on (as long as you stay away from thin spots–two people fell in on Christmas). On the 26th I walked across the … Continue reading

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Two From The Neighborhood

We are in one of those extended, cold, dry crunchy periods, with at least a few hours of good photography light in the middle of the day… The valley features zero-lot housing (the conjoined twins of realty) and some spectacular views of … Continue reading

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