For What It’s Worth .. I published Part 1 of what will be a 3 Part series of Posts on blogspot showing photos taken while driving South on the Seward Highway along the Turnagain Arm of Cook Inlet here in the Anchorage, Alaska, area.

Below is a link that will take you to this blogspot post.

You may think that you have seen the above photos in a recent Post here on dotnet. Although all of the photos bear some resemblance to one another, I assure you that you haven’t seen those I am posting on blogspot. Plus, the photos on blogspot really seem to be very sharp and clear.

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Yes! Below are yet a few more snow-still-on-the-ground photos of our surroundings. But it’s true. There certainly remain a last few snow stalwarts that are clinging on!

Below is a photo of our Snow Storage Area that is located very close to our Condo. The brown “hill” at the back of the field IS snow!

There is a LOT of snow in this area.

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Tomorrow is Saturday the 20th of May. 

As I write these words late Thursday Evening the 18th of May, Patti and I are planning to take a very quick trip North from Anchorage to Manley Hot Springs where our cabin is located. We hope to drive to Fairbanks on Saturday and overnight there. Then out to Manley on Sunday and maybe back to Fairbanks on Sunday. This would be one tall order to accomplish so we may not manage to do it. I simply may not have the stamina to do a round trip of around 320 miles after driving to Fairbanks tomorrow Saturday, a trip of about 375 miles. But IF we accomplish the round trip on Sunday, we would head South back to Anchorage on Monday the 22nd.

The alternate plan would be to overnight in Manley Sunday night. Then return to Fairbanks on Monday and back to Anchorage on Tuesday the 23rd. All in all this would be far the better option.

For today, this is our best effort. The blogspot Post took a lot of time and energy.

Cap and Patti

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